Yankees Acquire Headley

The New York Yankees have been struggling to produce on the offensive end as they have a team batting average of .252 and they rank just 21st in baseball in runs with 391. The Yanks decided to make a change in the infield and acquired Chase Headley from the San Diego Padres in exchange for Yangervis Solarte and minor league pitcher Rafael De Paula. The Yankees are hoping that he can find his 2012 form where he hit 31 Home Runs and drove in 115 Runs and not his 2013 form where he hit .250 with only 13 Home Runs ad 50 RBI. If Headley can take advantage of the short porch in Yankee Stadium, he could be a big lift to the struggling Yankees offense.


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