Byline: Dennis Maffezzoli
ST. PETERSBURG -- As the non-waiver trading deadline (Saturday) nears, much of the focus is going to center around Arizona left-hander Randy Johnson.
Early speculation is Johnson would only waive his no-trade clause to pitch for the New York Yankees.
Of course, the Yankees would have to come up with a package of prospects and/or cash to send to the Diamondbacks, or get a third team involved that has the desired minor leaguers to ship to Arizona, which is going through a rebuilding stage.
Any time a player, especially a pitcher, is heading or rumored to be going to the Big Apple to perform for the Yankees, the mental aspect usually comes into …