The New York Yankees have seven potential free agents but they will likely only try to keep two of them. The Yankees would like to bring back Andy Pettitte and either Johnny Damon or Hideki Matsui to be the DH in 2010. Jose Molina, Eric Hinske, Jerry Hairston and Xavier Nady will all be likely looking for new teams in 2010. The Yankees only really have two holes to fill over the winter. They could use another starting pitcher and definately a new starting LF. Jason Bay, Matt Holliday, Jermaine Dye and Vladimir Guerrero would be the likely targets in LF. Personally, I would go after Bay just to twist the knife on the Red Sox once again. The need for another starting pitcher depends on what the Yankees are going to do with Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain. In my opinion they should keep them both in the bullpen making it probably the best one in the majors. Jon Garland, Rich Harden, John Lackey, Joel Pineiro, Jason Marquis, Erik Bedard, Jarrod Washburn and Randy Wolf would all likely interest the Yankees. But, in the end John Lackey will probably be the biggest target for the Yankees. If the Yankees don’t re-sign Jerry Hairston they will likely look for another veteran infielder for the bench. Mark Loretta, Robb Quinlan, Rich Aurilia, Kevin Millar, Nomar Garciaparra and Chad Tracy would likely interest the Yankees. The Yankees likely won’t make a lot of moves this winter but the ones they do will be big ones.