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Ranking the Yankees’ potential pitching trade targets

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The trade deadline will be here before you know it. So far, the Yankees haven’t done anything. It is apparent that they need to improve the rotation, and they’ve been connected to just about every starting pitcher out there. Unfortunately, none of the pitchers who are currently available stand out as major upgrades. That brings us to this week’s prompt:

Rank the Yankees’ potential pitching trade targets

So far, the team has been connected to Cole Hamels, J.A. Happ, Tyson Ross, Michael Fulmer, and Nathan Eovaldi. They’ve also expressed interest in Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Blake Snell, and Chris Archer. Madison Bumgarner may not be available, but he would obviously be one of the best options. So, how would you rank these pitchers? You could choose to focus only on players who the Yankees have checked in on, or you could include some of the seemingly unattainable options like deGrom. Do you prefer Hamels because he has postseason experience? Do you think Tommy John surgery fixed Eovaldi? Be sure to weigh all the pros and cons. Head over to the FanPost section and share your list. We’ll feature one of the submissions on the front page on Friday.

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