Chipper Jones a Yankee? No way! Well, maybe? The New York Yankees are in need of help - A.S.A.P and they aren't bashful in letting the baseball world know about it, but trying to pull players from the past may not be the way to go.
According to the March 11 USA Today the Bombers are trying to lure Chipper Jones, Derrek Lee and Scott Rolen out of retirement.
"He'd be perfect," Yankees general manager Cashman said of Jones in Tampa. "I'd take Larry in a heartbeat. I think everybody would."
Jones played all 19 seasons with the Atlanta Braves, and it would look very strange seeing him in Pinstripes. So would Chipper entertain the idea of making a comeback with New York?
At least not according to his Twitter account.
Chipper tweeted earlier today "Enough with the rumors! While I am flattered about the speculation of being enticed out of retirement, I'm happy with life as a bad golfer!"
Do you think Jones would make a comeback if the right circumstance arose?