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Yankees’ Outlook for 2013 Getting Grim with A-Rod Injury

revelation on Monday that third baseman Alex Rodriguez would need surgery to repair damage to his left hip and will miss at least the first two months of the 2013 season complicates things for the New York Yankees in many ways.

For starters, the only thing worse than having to pay an aging superstar $28 million (per Cot’s Baseball Contracts) to play next season is having to pay said aging superstar $28 million not to play.

General manager Brian Cashman is taking an optimistic approach to Rodriguez’s situation.

“The expectation is he’s going to return,” Cashman told Newsday on Monday. “This is the strongest reason and most likely reason that he wasn’t the player he was capable of being, and ...

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