By Sweeny Murti
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Losing Curtis Granderson for ten weeks to a broken forearm hurts. I’m not going to pretend it doesn’t.READ MORE: Ben Roethlisberger Announces Retirement After 18 Seasons With Steelers
But does it really warrant a panic move?
The first five weeks of Granderson’s rehab will take place before Opening Day, which means you could roughly expect him back in the first or second week of May. Do the Yankees really need to go out and get another All-Star just to keep them from drowning in the first month of the season?
Even Joe Girardi called it a “short-term fix” less than an hour after learning the news.