at this point, now that the Phillies have acquired Blanton. From Jon Heyman's article (and mlbtraderumors) today:
# Given Richie Sexson's expected part-time role, the Yankees are in the market for an everyday outfielder to replace Hideki Matsui's bat. Barry Bonds is not under consideration. Heyman tosses out names such as Matt Holliday, Xavier Nady, Jason Bay, and Adam Dunn, while noting that the price on most is too high (the Pirates deny this).
# The Yanks are also looking to add a #3-4 starter type. Here's a look at the market.
So what if we killed two birds with one stone? What if we traded Adam Dunn and Bronson Arroyo for Phil Hughes, Austin Jackson, and Jesus Montero? Would that be enough? Would that be too much? What do you think?