Don’t think the move is anything more than this.

The Yankees use $1.2 million (that’s like $5.00 for us) to take a chance on a guy who has been quite serviceable in the bullpen over the past 2 seasons:

120 IP, 118 H, 7.57 K/9, 2.29 K/BB, 0.75 HR/9, 3.29 ERA

120 IP over 2 years, and certainly the mere 50 IP out of the pen in 2009, are enough to throw up the Drudge Report-esque sample size sirens. As such, one can logically foresee Park getting lit up.

But, maybe this opens up some new options (trading Mitre who makes $850k?). We could end up with a Park + X > Mitre. Time will tell. For now, we got a Ho from a different area code.

Plus, he does look like Steve Bedrosian and he was pretty good.