We've been watching this team stumble something awful lately, and though I do believe they'll turn it around, I'm wondering what people think the solution is. What do the Yankees need? If you were Brian Cashman what move would you make? What players would you trade for? Who would you call up? Or would you leave things the way they are? Sound off in the comments section.
Update: Wanted to add some stats to paint a better picture.
-Melky Cabrera is 4 for his last 22. Good for a .180 average.
-Ensberg has 1 homerun in 70 at bats.
-Derek Jeter has 21 RBI's and is batting .314 on the season.
-Cano is 2 for his last 11 after his 4 hit game.
-Damon is batting .250.
-Matsui is over .300 with 20 RBI's and 6 homeruns.
-Abreu leads the team with 25 RBI's, but is 3 for his last 24, good for a .130 average.
-Shelley Duncan has hit no homeruns and has 1 RBI.
-Giambi leads the team with 8 homeruns, but his average is below .200.
-Hawkins has pitched 7.2 consecutive scoreless innings in relief.
-Ohlendorf has a 6.00 ERA.
-Ramirez has thrown 8.2 scoreless innings with 10 strikeouts thus far this season.
-Mariano has a 0.53 ERA this season.
-Pettitte has lost 4 of his last 5 games and has a 6.26 ERA in that time.
-Wang has given the Yankees 8 quality starts this season.
-Mussina has won his last 5 games.
-Ian Kennedy and Phil Hughes have given the Yankees 1 quality start a piece this season.