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Henry Looks To Re-Establish Himself

Henry is happy to be back with Yankees

Drafted as the Yankees' first round pick back in 2005, C.J. Henry was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies as part of a package of prospects for Bobby Abreu in 2006. He hit just .184 in his first full season with the Phillies this past season before asking for, and being granted, his release. Now back with the Yankees he says he's looking to re-establish himself.

"It's a good deal, it's good to be back with the team that first drafted me," C.J. Henry said of re-signing with the Yankees. "I chose the Yankees because I was comfortable over there. I know everybody, know the system, know [Damon] Oppenheimer, know [Mark] Newman, and they know me. "They know how I am and they were the ones who drafted me. They've seen me play and they know what I can do... Recommended Stories

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