A Future LF Alternative

Earlier this week, Moshe asked readers what kind of a deal they’d give to Carl Crawford. Obviously, it’s a fair question. He plays left field and, unless Brett Gardner totally blossoms this year, the Yankees may need a stronger left fielder next season. Extension talks between Crawford and the Rays have apparently stalled, so the likelihood of Crawford hitting free agency seems bigger now than it did even just a few days ago. Let’s turn our heads from Crawford, though, and shift them to a somewhat familiar foe: Jayson Werth. I briefly profiled Jayson before the World Series when I Continue reading A Future LF Alternative