Even though they got nothing at the deadline, the Yankees could still be getting an upgrade to their lineup as soon as tomorrow. Via Josh Norris, Curtis Granderson was not listed on the Double-A Trenton roster today and is traveling to California to meet up with the Yankees for their weekend series against the San Diego Padres. Norris did not specify which day, and there has been no follow-up on the report by anybody else, but as someone who covers Trenton intimately, Norris would have a better idea of what's going on than anybody at ESPN NY.
For C-Grand, this will mark the second return to the lineup for him this season. Hopefully this one is more than 8 games. In 6 MiL rehab games, Granderson was 4-19 with 4 BB, 5 K, and 3 R scored. He's not the right-handed power bat the Yankees need, but he is another power bat and he's a better everyday lineup option than Wells and Ichiro. For the Yankees, this is a greatly needed lengthening of the middle of the batting order and through association a deepening of the bench.