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Cairo Back for '07
By mvyb, 08.01.2007, 11:39

The Yankees continue to fill their remaining needs for the 2007 season, coming together with infielder Miguel Cairo on the preliminary terms of a one-year contract.

The deal will reportedly be worth $750,000 and has not been officially announced by the team.

Cairo, 32, fits the bill, having played five different positions for the Yankees in 2006, including all four infield positions. He batted .239 with no home runs, 30 RBIs and 13 stolen bases in 81 games last season, returning to the Bronx after a one-year detour to the Mets in 2005.

Personally, I'm a fan of Cairo, so I'm glad to hear he'll be back with the Bombers for at least one more year. I think it was his game-tying hit (with two outs) in the thirteenth inning on July 1, 2004 (against the BoSox) that earned him my allegiance. We all remember that game- Jeter's dive into the stand, A-Rod's brilliant double play (5-2-5), and of course, Flaherty's hit into the left field corner to win the game. Cairo's double (and his triple in the eleventh) were unfairly hidden by the other highlights of the night. But I haven't forgotten...
Cairo is always a tough out (he very rarely strikes out) and is a decent fielder (one who can play short, second, or first).

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