New York Yankees

Worst Trade In Yankee History

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 25:  Javier Vazquez #31 of the New York Yankees gets pulled in the 4th inning against the Los Angeles Angels of Aneheim  on April 25, 2010 in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Jacob de Golish/Getty Images)
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Casey KrouseContributor IMay 2, 2010

The New York yankees are no doubt the best franchise in the game of baseball, but even they make stupid moves from time to time. This is one of them.

At the beginning of the season the Yanks made a trade with the Braves. The number one reason I didn't like it was because they traded Melkey Cabrera. I thought that the Dunn part would be filled in by Vazquez. Not happening. See Vazquez was actually a pretty good pitcher for the Yankees a while a go, so I thought he would still be good.

Not only is he terrible but we also lost a pretty dominate right hander being Michael Dunn, who has pitched very well for the Bombers last year.

Anyway last game was like a home run derby against the white sox.

That means he has cost us another one and this one might cost us a series.

We've also lost Coke for Granderson who is hurt right now. So if the Yankees make the playoffs it will surprise me.

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