Yankees Sticking To Script
The New York Yankees aren’t changing their game plan, and the signing of Chris Carter to a one year contract for $3 million further proves that point. The Yankees don’t break the bank, but still add Carter who led the National League in home runs last season with 41. The Milwaukee Brewers had no interest in paying him $8 million and if he doesn’t produce for the Yankees they can always just cut him. Carter struck out 206 times last season, but if he can play a little first base and Designated Hitter, he will be worth the small amount they are spending.