Found October 21, 2012 on Lady Loves Pinstripes:
The New York Yankees are now focused on the 2013 season, and GM Brian Cashman has a ton of work to do this off-season.Like every other GM, Cashman’s goal is to put a World Series caliber team on the field but the pressure he is under is much greater, as this franchise and its fan-base expect to win their 28th championship; or the season is considered a bust.The only difference for Cashman is his resources are not longer limitless, like when the Boss was still alive. As even though the Yankees still spend the most money, Hank and Hal have been and plan to be more conservative than their father.Before Cashman even thinks of free agents the Yankees might like to pursue, he has to deal with resigning players from within, as the list is longer than usual.So, as the MLB Hot Stove season is just a World Series away, Cashman’s first order of business is dealing internally.Here is the list of Yankee players who are free agents, and ones with contract options but with my notes added in of wha...
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