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New York Yankees News: Melky, Ortiz, Silva, and Questions!

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Do not forget to send in your trivia answers everyone! You have until Wednesday at 12:00 AM eastern time!

In case you didn't notice, the Yankees DFA'd Kevin Russo, and picked up Jess Todd on waivers recently.

Terez A. Paylor writes that Melky Cabrera is looking forward to his return to the Bronx.

"I really don’t know how they’ll treat me because this is the first time I’ll be back," Cabrera said though an interpreter, catcher Brayan Peña. "But I hope the fans appreciate what I did for them out there and the way I played. I hope it will be a good (response)."

Cabrera, 26, made the statement with a sly grin, as if he knew it was a long shot. In his final season in New York, he hit .274 with a .336 on-base percentage, 13 home runs and 68 RBI.

Moshe Mandel warns Yankees fans about over thinking Jorge Posada's slow start, using David Ortiz as an example.

The Captain's Blog takes a look at the correlation between home runs and double plays.

Carlos Silva pitched four scoreless innings in his second minor league appearance in Class A-Tampa.

Wally Matthews examines Alex Rodriguez' slump.

Bleacher Report asks if the Yankees will trade for Carlos Beltran.

Join me after the jump for questions!

-Favorite post-2000 movie? (Trying to stock up the queue) 

-How insane are these videos? I for one love the sound of violins, and guitars, which is why one of my favorite bands is Yellowcard. Know of any bands that use violins in a lot of their songs? Let me know!

-What instrument that is not often used in rock songs would you like to hear more of? Mayonnaise is not an instrument.

-What should the next Baseball Courtroom question be? (It won't be around until after the 22nd, I won't be around all of next week.)