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New York Yankees: Maybe the Offseason Wasn’t Such a Bust After All

this past winter, the Yankees off-season plan was built mainly around the signing of Cliff Lee.

When he turned down a guaranteed seven-year deal for somewhere around $158 million from the Yankees to return to the Philadelphia Phillies for a five-year deal for about $125 million, many fans didn't know what the Yankees next move would be.

In fact, after I had found out around 12:30 in the morning the night of December 14 that Lee was going back to the Phillies, I too had wondered what the Yankees next move was going to be.

So slowly, the Yankees started to make moves for their 2011 roster.

They signed Russell Martin to be the catcher.

Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia were signed to minor league deals to compete for a ...

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