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Projecting the Fallout If the New York Yankees Miss the Postseason

class="ui-droppable">The last time the New York Yankees weren't involved in the postseason was 2008, manager Joe Girardi's first year manning the helm.  Now, with the very real possibility that the team won't be playing in October for the second time in six years, the fallout may mean that a completely different team takes the field in 2014.

Regardless of how the club performs during this final month of the regular season, there are sure to be changes for the Bombers.  Future Cooperstown occupant Mariano Rivera announced at the start of the year that this season would be his last.  Outfielder Curtis Granderson, starting pitcher Phil Hughes and reliever Joba Chamberlain are all free agents in 2014.  It is unlikely that any of the three will ...

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