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The Return of the Yankees Mailbag

DETROIT - OCTOBER 1:  Curtis Granderson #28 of the Detroit Tigers looks on from the dugout against the Minnesota Twins during the game on October 1, 2009 at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Rob MaccarielloCorrespondent IDecember 16, 2009

Mailbags are all the rage on sports websites across the county.  Yet, it's somewhat disappointing that this great website still doesn't have one.

In an attempt to help fix this problem, and based on the interest shown in feedback from writers on many articles across the site, I will be continuing a periodic mailbag of my own.

After seeing a bit of interest from the well-informed and passionate Yankees fans out there, it's time to really get this project off the ground.  However, it won't go anywhere without your help.

I'll publish questions and comments straight from you, the writers and fans, about lots of things in the Yankees universe: ticket prices, Joba's usage, and off-season roster moves.

No question is too outrageous.  No topic is off-limits.  If you've ever listened to my radio show, you know that no one is safe.

Just be sure to send your questions my inbox on Bleacher Report, or send an E-mail to robert.maccariello@gmail.com with "Yankees Mailbag" in the subject line.

Be sure to check back to BleacherReport.com often, and look out for the answers!

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