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New York Yankees Are Failing to Address Their Biggest Need

New York Yankees have been on a shopping spree this winter, committing $300 million in new contracts to players such as Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran, Kelly Johnson and Brian Roberts, among others, as well as re-signing Hiroki Kuroda and Derek Jeter. 

What's notable in its absence is that the Yankees have failed to address their biggest area of need this offseason—the pitching staff. Other than re-signing the excellent Kuroda to another one-year deal, New York has been surprisingly slow when it comes to addressing the team's many pitching needs while focusing almost entirely on the offense to this point. 

New York's offense scored only 650 runs in 2013, more than 200 runs fewer than the world champion Boston ...

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