INDIANAPOLIS -- When the Yankees look at Curtis Granderson, they don't see a man with a plummeting OPS and funky numbers against that sneaky portion of the population that insists on throwing a baseball left-handed.
No sir. When the Yankees look at Curtis Granderson, they see Derek Jeter.
Or they see a man who reminds them of Derek Jeter, anyway:
Polished. Professional. Comfortable in front of any camera. Comfortable inside his own skin.
They see a man, in other words, ...
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