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New York Yankees’ Quiet Offseason Moves Paying off so Far

I suggested during the offseason, Brian Cashman's low-key moves are paying off.

With the 2014 payroll target looming, the Yankees did not want to commit big money or multiple years to the free-agent crop of this past winter, so they made moves to fill their holes in less conventional ways. 

Granted, you can't predict the injuries to players like Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson or Derek Jeter's setback, but Cashman has done a pretty good job so far—good enough to see the Yankees at 7-5 with decent production.

Hopefully, they can stay afloat until the cavalry comes home.

So far, the Yankees have seen great production from the lines of Kevin Youkilis, Travis Hafner, Vernon Wells and Brennan Boesch. Youkilis is arguably ...

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