The 32-year old spent the last four seasons with the Yankees, batting .245 with 115 homers and 307 RBI in pinstripes. Granderson missed all but 61 games last season after breaking his hand – twice – being hit by pitches. The result was career lows in batting average (.229), homers (7) and RBI (15).
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