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From Ken Rosenthal and JP Morosi

INDIANAPOLIS- Contrary to popular belief, reporters mostly mill around taking laps around the lobby in hopes for crossing paths with GMs or managers moving from one meeting to the other. It is a fairly successful strategy, and Ken Rosenthal has it down to a point. Here's what he picked up along with one of my new favorite reporters John Paul Morosi: is hearing that the Yankees, Diamondbacks, and Tigers are discussing a three-way trade that would send Curtis Granderson to the Yankees, Edwin Jackson to the Tigers, and Max Scherzer and prospects to the Tigers. Here is how it would breakdown, according to the duo.

• The Yankees would receive Granderson from the Tigers and one or two prospects from the Diamondbacks.

• The Diamondbacks would get Jackson from the Tigers and right-hander Ian Kennedy from the Yankees.

• The Tigers would get right-hander Max Scherzer from the Diamondbacks, and center fielder Austin Jackson and left-handed relievers Phil Coke and Michael Dunn from the Yankees.