Friday, July 30, 2010

Deal starting to take shape

According to Ken Davidoff:

Astros indeed expected to get non-prospect minor-leaguer(s) and payroll relief from Yankees in return for Berkman.

Rotoworld speculates:
In return, they won't have to give up any premium prospects in order to bring in the 34-year-old switch-hitter as their primary DH. David Adams and Ivan Nova have seen their names as come up as possibilities. Adams, a second baseman, was mentioned prominently in the Cliff Lee talks with the Mariners before that deal died.

1 comment:

BlazeMule said...

If that is the case then no, we should keep payroll and get prospects back, minor-leaguers that are old do us no good, what is wrong with them...