Johnny Damon would love to return to the New York Yankees.
Apparently the feeling isn't mutual.
“Going to focus on what we have for now,” Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman said in an email to Newsday on Monday afternoon.
That's coming from the general manager of a team that actually has a need in the outfield, with the injured Curtis Granderson expected to be out several weeks. And a team that won a World Series in 2009 with Damon's assistance.
"I would have tons of interest to go to New York," Damon said on ESPN Radio earlier on Monday. "But I just don't think they would be interested. I'm not exactly sure what happened over the years or something."