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Kelly Johnson and New York Yankees Agree on 1-Year Contract for 2014

class="ui-droppable">Super-utility man Kelly Johnson and the New York Yankees have agreed on a one-year deal worth about $3 million, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, and the deal is pending a physical.

Johnson can essentially play everywhere—save for center field and catcher—and that makes him extremely valuable to a team like the Yankees. With injuries abounding in 2013, manager Joe Girardi would have loved to have a versatile guy like Johnson on his roster.

A second baseman by trade, Johnson may even be starting for the Yankees in 2014. Where he starts will depend on the proceedings of the rest of the offseason, though.

If Alex Rodriguez is indeed suspended for 2014—or any period of time, for that ...

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