4 Areas the Yankees Should Address Before Spring Training

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4 Areas the Yankees Should Address Before Spring Training
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Derek Jeter's leg injury in game 1 of the 2012 ALCS helps highlight one area the Yankees should address entering spring training

Even with all of the productive moves made by the organization so far this winter, the New York Yankees still have several areas they might want to address before spring training. 

An aging roster and losses to free agency have made Brian Cashman's job more challenging than in years past. 

Factor in the Toronto Blue Jays' upgrades and the organizational decision to remain under the luxury tax and the Yankees really have their work cut out for them in 2013.

But that's why they are the Yankees. 

Even when people are counting them out, they seemingly always find a way to win. 

Prospects, including Adam Warren, Zolio Almonte and Austin Romine, may all join the Major League roster at some point this year. 

However, there are several positions that New York needs to evaluate before the season ever begins. 

Here's what I'm talking about. 

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