How about Johnny Damon for Chone Figgins?
I've always loved Figgins, even named the projection system after him, but I think this makes sense. Why?
For Yankees: They have Swisher, Matsui, Nady, and Damon for 2 outfield spots and DH. This is assuming they value the superior defense of Melky, Gardner, or a trade for Cameron. Somebody has to go. They save some money on the deal as Figgins will not make 13 million. Figgins becomes a supersub on the Yankees, providing depth at every position, and since he could take over for Cano at 2B, provides motivation for Cano to make every effort to recover from last year's case of cranial-rectal inversion.
For the Angels: If they are committed to making room for their young players, 3rd base has to be in play, so Sean Rodriguez and Brandon Wood can compete for it. Figgins could move to the outfield, but Damon is a better hitter than Figgy, as well as a better defensive outfielder. In addition, Damon would replace Figgy as the leadoff hitter. Any other move that replace Figgins in the lineup would leave the Angels without a real leadoff man, as Aybar and Kendrick do not have the patience for the role.
An alternative would be for Figgins to go to Milwaukee and Cameron to the Yankees in a 3 way trade. This just makes too much sense, either move better aligns each team's talent with the specific needs of their rosters.
What are you GM's waiting for? Make it so!