New York Yankees: Who Should Be in Center?

Frank NegronAnalyst IJune 13, 2008

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One of the things that made the Yankees great during their last dynasty was their stability in centerfield. 

Bernie Williams, following in the cleats of greats like Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio, patrolled center in six World Series, winning four rings along the way. Bernie could run, he could hit, and he could field.

Ok, so he couldn't throw but with all the upside, the throwing aspect of Bernie's game was his only downside.

Nowadays, Melky Cabrera mans CF. But there's some debate about whether or not he should be the man out there.