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The New York Yankees opted to have a quiet offseason and didn't make any of their usual ridiculously expensive free agent purchases, instead opting to sign players to more moderate contracts.
Hiroki Kuroda opted to head back home to pitch, leaving the Yankees down another starter. They added Andrew Miller to the bullpen but lost closer David Robertson to the Chicago White Sox.
Alex Rodriguez is set to return from his suspension this season, and it will be interesting to see how he fares and fits in. The Yanks signed third baseman Chase Headley to a four-year contract in the offseason, so Rodriguez seems ticketed to be the designated hitter.
The starting rotation is also in flux. C.C. Sabathia put on significant weight in the offseason, which isn't likely to help his degenerative knee condition. Masahiro Tanaka avoided Tommy John surgery, at least so far, but it seems like his elbow could give out on any pitch. Michael Pineda and Ivan Nova are also returning from serious injuries.
The Yankees are just hoping their starters can get to their bullpen, which could help shorten the game. Dellin Betances was nearly unhittable in 2014 and Miller is turning into one of the game's top relievers.
The Yankees still have enough star power to stay afloat, but they are arguably the worst team in the AL East. Father Time is undefeated, and he has started to really put the hammer down on the Yankees.
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