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Could $20 Million Be Enough for the New York Yankees to Lure Back Hiroki Kuroda?

class="ui-droppable">Even after a so-so outing against the Tampa Bay Rays earlier this week, Hiroki Kuroda has been the best starter for the New York Yankees this season.

Over 26 starts, he boasts an 11-9 record and 2.71 ERA through 166.1 innings. Last season, his first with the Yankees, was also very good. He went 16-11 with a 3.32 ERA over 219.2 innings.

In his first season with the Bombers, Kuroda earned $10 million on a one-year contract. To retain him this past offseason, general manager Brian Cashman upped the contract to $15 million for one year.

Now that he's scheduled to be a free agent again in just a few months, would the Yankees have to increase their offer by another $5 million?

Nick Cafardo of the ...

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