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Yankees Rumors: Ranking New York's 14 Biggest Targets, Chances of Signing Each
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Manager Joe Girardi may have a very different New York Yankee roster in 2013. It's up to GM Brian Cashman, right, to find the players.

It was no shocker on Friday when the three free agents who were extended one-year, $13.3 million qualifying offers by the New York Yankees opted to reject them.

The Yankees were never going to re-sign outfielder Nick Swisher, who is looking for a lucrative long-term deal. Rafael Soriano wants to close and he wants huge money to do it and will likely take his classless “untuck” routine somewhere else.

There is still a chance Hiroki Kuroda could be back in the Bronx, but the 37-year-old right-hander has drawn interest from other quarters as well. Kuroda’s return is not quite the slam-dunk it appeared to be a week or so ago.

As general manager Brian Cashman goes through the process of piecing together a roster for 2013, here is a look at some of the free agents New York might be targeting and its chances of landing each.

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