Through 100 games in 2011, the New York Yankees sit at a more-than-respectable 60-40.
As always, the Bronx Bombers have steadily handled the opposition with their big-stick policy and are right in the thick of the AL East race.
But I'm sure every Yankee fan would attest that this current roster doesn't have that "pop."
Although they sit 20 games over .500, this team doesn't scream out "World Series" to a lot of fans: The offense, although highly productive, comes up stale at times; the pitching rotation seems to good to be true thus far; and the bullpen continuously suffers from injuries to big-name arms.
So with every sports fan's favorite trade deadline approaching, the Yankees should be ready to be—well, the Yankees.
In order for the Bombers to compete with the Red Sox and possibly the Phillies or Giants in the Fall Classic, they need to make some moves. They could be major, they could be minor, but there needs to be some sort of shakeup.
Here's a list of the top 10 trade targets the Yankees should and/or could acquire.