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MLB Free Agency: Why the Yankees Played It Safe Bidding on Hiroyuki Nakajima

dormant Yankees made a splash this week in the free agency pool.  Well, it was more like a dip-your-toe-in-the-water type of entrance. 

Deciding to try their luck again in Japanese baseball, the club posted the highest bid for shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima, who last played for the Seibu Lions in the Japanese Pacific League. 

After blowing the presumable competition away with a $2 million bid, the Yankees now have 30 days and counting to sign the 29 year old. 

While this move might not make the bold headlines the Yankees are accustomed to, it speaks volumes for possibilities in the future.

The potential signing of Nakajima could mean Adiós to utility infielder Eduardo Núñez. With ...

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