5 Most Important Offseason Decisions for the New York Yankees

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5 Most Important Offseason Decisions for the New York Yankees
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The New York Yankees have already made one of their biggest offseason decisions when they picked up the 2013 option for center fielder Curtis Granderson.

Granderson struggled in the postseason, going 3-for-30 with 16 strikeouts and just one homer and one RBI. He was particularly unproductive against the Detroit Tigers in the American League Championship Series. He was 0-for-11 with seven strikeouts and was not in the starting lineup for Game 4 of the sweep.

But he did lead the Yankees with 43 home runs, the second-most in the American League. However, the front office doesn’t seem interested in talking about a long-term deal for the 30-year-old outfielder, according to CBSSports.com.

What would have been a $13 million option increased to $15 million based on Granderson’s fourth-place finish in the MVP race in 2011.

But there are other decisions the front office will have to make this winter. Here are some of the biggest of those:

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