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How Yankees’ Spending Spree Is a Perfect Storm of Opportunity and Necessity

class="ui-droppable">Robinson Cano chose to bolt for the Seattle Mariners over re-signing with the New York Yankees, as one is wont to do when 10 years for $240 million is offered.

But never mind that. They may have lost Cano, but the Yankees most definitely haven't gotten cheap. On the contrary, they're in the middle of a classic pinstriped spending spree, one born out of a perfect storm of opportunity and necessity.

After losing Cano to the Mariners, Friday saw the Yankees respond by re-upping with starter Hiroki Kuroda and agreeing to terms with outfielder Carlos Beltran. Kuroda's deal is for one year and $16 million, and Beltran's is for three years and $45 million.

With the $12 million contract Derek Jeter signed instead of activating ...

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