New York Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson is in a very interesting situation going into the 2013 season.
Granderson, who will be turning 32 in March, will most certainly be looking for a huge payday when he reaches free agency in 2014.
Sure, the Yankees could hold on to him and potentially contend for another pennant in 2013, but they could also trade him before free agency hits and get valuable prospects in return.
Though he has had issues hitting for average, one thing is for sure, he does not lack in power and production, averaging 42 home runs per year over the last two seasons.
It seems for every reason to keep Granderson, there's another argument to trade him away.
Let's take a look at four reasons the Yankees should consider dealing him before he hits the open market.