This entire offseason, I've listed every reason known to man why the New York Yankees shouldn't sign Yu Darvish.
On the other hand, Yoennis Cespedes will be a cheaper venture for the Yanks but with just as much uncertainty.
The latest rumor from The New York Post does not believe the Yankees will go hard after Darvish, while USA Today reports the Yankees at least have interest in Cespedes. However, ESPN New York's Wallace Matthews believes that neither one will sign with the Yankees.
But let's take the rosy road for a second. What if the Yankees signed both of these players and like their fellow countrymen before them (Hideki Matsui, Orlando Hernandez), contribute to a World Series ring?
It's been done before in Yankees' history, and what's to say it can't happen again. Allow me to play devil's advocate for a second and let you know just how good signing these two players could be for New York.