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Three Weeks In: Grading the New York Yankees’ Offseason Moves

Yankees are off to a great start at 12-6, but that record is primarily in spite of their offseason moves, not because of them.

New York made two big trades this past winter, while swapping out two free agents for two new ones.

Let's see how those moves are working out three weeks into the season.

Curtis Granderson for Austin Jackson, Ian Kennedy, and Phil Coke

The Yankees acquired Granderson in a three-team deal that sent top outfield prospect Jackson to Detroit along with lefty reliever Coke, as well as starter Kennedy to Arizona.

Granderson got off to a hot start, but has cooled down recently to settle his average down around where it was last year at .246. The main concern for the center fielder coming in ...

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