The Yankees traded their most beloved and touted prospect in recent memory, for an unproven 22-year-old starter (he turns 23 in five days.That's right. Jesus Montero, who is also 22 and made an impact on the Yankees last September and earned a spot on the playoff roster, was traded to the Mariners for Michael Pineda, according to Jon Heyman. Heyman adds that more players are involved and the Yankees initially inquired about Felix Hernandez but were denied.UPDATE: The Yankees also gave up Hector Noeisi and the Mariners gave up Jose Campos.Pineda is a very promising pitcher. The righthander throws consistently in the mid-90s and had a 3.74 ERA in 171 innings last year, his rookie season. He won nine games (which is apparently very good in Seattle) and lost 10. He was an All-Star and...

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