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Yankees’ Rebuilt 2014 Lineup Can’t Survive If Mark Teixeira Is Shell of Himself

class="ui-droppable">In an effort to rebuild a flaccid lineup, the New York Yankees spent more than $280 million on offensive reinforcements this winter. The new-look attack is expensive, but won't thrive without production from first baseman Mark Teixeira. 

Despite the arrivals of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann and Carlos Beltran, the Yankees won't score enough runs in 2014 without a return to health and production from the 33-year-old Teixeira. After missing all but 15 games in 2013 due to a wrist injury, Teixeira is unsure of what kind of year he's about to have.

During a conversation with Dan Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal, Teixeira admitted to being concerned about how his surgically repaired wrist will respond, expects lingering ...

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