OK, it’s still too early to call the “Brian Roberts reclamation experiment” a bust. After all, the season is just reaching the half-way point. Still, the project is on the precipice of failure. Roberts was once the premiere second baseman in the American League. He had power (18 HR in 2005 with Baltimore) and speed (120 stolen bases from 2007 through 2009), and could hit for a decent average (.294 average from 2005 through 2009). He never won a Gold Glove, but he was a solid fielder (had .991 fielding percentage in 2007). Unfortunately, he has suffered through a series of injuries over the past six seasons and hasn’t played in more than 77 games since 2008.Hoping to catch a little bit of what once was, the Yankees signed Roberts to a one-year, $2 million deal.I’m starting to think there...

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