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The New York Yankees off-season has been a quiet one due to ownership implementing a new frugal stance.
Instead of storylines about signing the biggest free agents, Yankee fans were relegated to watching the realities of missing the 2013 postseason grow by the day.
So as a result, fans, the media, and bloggers alike have been provided with plenty of things to grumble about.
And for the first time in almost two decades, the paved regular season road to October that the Yankees build during the off-season is no longer a smooth ride.
But in reality, not all hope is lost yet; and here are three reasons why.
1) Expect a MONSTER season from Robinson Cano. The second baseman will want to showcase off all his talents for the baseball world to see, as 2013 is a contract year for the four-time All-Star. Cano is the best player at his position in the game, and he is well aware that Hal Steinbrenner might not pay up so making sure some other team will be a priority. Can...