Randy Johnson headed to the Bronx

Yanks Now Playing Possum After RJ Report

ESPN News: Peter Gammons reports RJ to NY for players named below

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Yankees feeling randy after Sox World Series win

According to a Boston Dirt Dogs source, Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson is not coming to Boston. "You're right on Johnson. They (Arizona) don't want Arroyo." The source added that the New York Yankees will acquire RJ (should be next week) in exchange for starting pitcher Javier Vazquez, third-base prospect Eric Duncan, $4M per year, plus a "yet-to-be-determined part, either a new pitcher the Yankees acquire or, less likely, set-up man Tom Gordon."

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Boston Globe:

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Boston Herald:

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NY Post:

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