Vladimir Guerrero might opt for the opportunity to disappear into a community of his countrymen.
The current line of thought on Vladimir Guerrero is that his disposition might not fit the bright lights of New York.
Arguably the best first baseman of all time, Lou Gehrig was the first New York City native to become a superstar.
We can now look to New York City to be the wellspring of any number of trade rumors.
There's no telling how many games Jarrod Washburn could win with the kind of run support he is afforded.
The two teams with the biggest payrolls in the American League have the most talented quartets.
It would appear that the Royals are interested in any free-agent outfielder not named Guerrero or Sheffield.
Esteban Loaiza has notched 17 wins, including a big one over the Yankees in New York last night.
For the first time in a long time, a Cy Young Award might be handed to a reliever -- and he might deserve it.
Roberto Alomar's short, unhappy New York career ended on Tuesday as he was sent to the White Sox.
The Royals may face some tough decisions should they find themselves in contention come the trading deadline.