Saturday, December 22, 2007

Yankees out again

The New York Yankees' lust for Johan Santana is about as readable as a high school relationship.

One minute, they're on. The next, they're off.

The Yankees set a "deadline" to deal for Santana at the Winter Meetings. It passed. Then Hank Steinbrenner decided it was a soft deadline and resumed talks with Minnesota about acquiring the Twins' ace.

Now, Newsday's Kat O'Brien says the Yankees are out of the Santana bidding again.

The question remains, how long until they're back in it?


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