As numerous teams continue to make deals and sign new players, Brian Cashman and the New York front office continues to remain quiet.
The offseason inaction has become the new norm for the New York Yankees, who quietly signed a few veteran role players but nothing more.
This lack of movement has become even more amplified as the Yankees only re-signed players and brought in Kevin Youkilis, the seemingly last remaining option at third base.
The success of New York's 2013 season is yet to be measured, but with only a few improvements made it doesn't exactly look promising.
Of the five players with 20 or more home runs in the lineup last season, only three remain, and both Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez likely won’t be in the Opening Day lineup.
To say the least, the Yankees are old and not making many moves to get much younger.
So how can the Bombers still have a successful season while father time and free agency continue to limit the lineup?
Here are four players that will make or break New York in 2013.