Jan 14, 2011, 8:20 PM EDT
After news of the Rafael Soriano signing broke last night, many had the logical take that the Yankees should consider moving Joba Chamberlain back into the starting rotation. Of course, that probably won’t happen, which is all the more frustrating after reading the following information.
According to Jon Heyman of SI.com, the Yankees would consider trading Chamberlain, but “probably only in a package for a viable starter.”
You know, since Chamberlain has absolutely no chance to be a “viable starter” someday. Nope, the Yankees will likely compound the issue of severely overpaying for a set-up man by trading a team-controlled 25-year-old pitcher and some top prospects for an already established millionaire pitcher around the deadline. Ridiculous? Sure. But it’s their universe.
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