Sports Illustrated's Jon Heyman reports that the Yankees, Diamondbacks and Tigers have agreed on a three team trade that will send center fielder Curtis Granderson to the Yankees in exchange for Austin Jackson, Ian Kennedy and Phil Coke. He says that the only thing standing in the way now are medical reports.

If the trade stands, Kennedy and pitcher Edwin Jackson of the Tigers will go to Arizona while Jackson, Coke and pitchers Max Scherzer and Dan Schlereth of the Diamondbacks will go to Detroit.

According to reports, the Yankees were unwilling to accept an earlier offer that would have required them to send Michael Dunn to the Tigers, in addition to what was already in place. The Diamondbacks were said to be the driving force behind this deal and may have added Dan Schlereth in place of Dunn in order to, ahem, get it done.

The deal would give the Yankees their 2010 center fielder and allow them to more easily let Johnny Damon go or, at least, to not offer as much to him, with Melky Cabrera, Brett Gardner and Nick Swisher still on the roster. The Cubs are said to be interested in Melky.