Sunday, January 13, 2008

Huston Street

According to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle, industry sources believe that Billy Beane and the A's may continue the rebuilding process by dealing Huston Street, following the acquisition of Joey Devine. The Yankees would be wise to get involved in any kind of Street sweepstakes, as the bullpen is certainly an area of concern at this point, and Street would provide the dominant set up man the Yankees lack. While he is sure to be expensive, a talented reliever like Street does not become available everyday and he would fill more of a need than Johan Santana. A package centering around Alan Horne and including 2 or 3 additional players could get it done.


Butch said...

We desperately need a quality lefty. (Although I think Billy Traber could surprise.) And Street is always getting hurt.

Think there's any chance we could pry away George Sherrill from the Orioles? He's 31 years old, so it's not like he'll still be around when they're good again.

Hell, maybe we can do a three-way trade - A's get Horne, Orioles get Street and we get Sherrill.

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