He's basically lost in the Yankees pen now, so I wouldn't mind seeing a deal happen if the Yankees were able to get a pitcher that would actually help them win in return.
At the same time I still believe Joba can be successful in New York if given another chance, whether it be in the pen or even the starting rotation.
Giving him another shot at the rotation is something I've heard a lot of fans talking about in the 24 hours since they signed Soriano and solidified their pen. It's certainly not something I'm against, after all I was always a Joba-to-the-rotation guy anyway.
It will be interesting to see how this all plays out. Stay tuned...