Via Ken Rosenthal -
The Rays are engaged in a whirlwind of activity, investigating Lee, Halladay and numerous other options — “major, major stuff,” according to one source.
Payroll flexibility remains a significant obstacle, and the Rays might need to move left-hander Scott Kazmir or another high-priced player to clear room for a major acquisition.
There are no indications, however, that the Rays are discussing trades involving Kazmir, who is earning $6 million this season, $8 million in 2010 and $12 million in ’11 with a $13.5 million or $2.5 million buyout for ’12.
Should the Yankees be concerned about the Rays potentially making a “major” move? Or, instead of trying to get ahead of what might be coming, should New York just wait and see and react only if something happens? What do you think?