Cashman Still Looking to Add Meaningful Pieces

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Cashman Still Looking to Add Meaningful Pieces
Don McPeak-USA Today Sports

NEW YORK -- As the Yankees' high command reports to the office for the first time in 2013, they'll do so knowing that they have entered the home stretch for assembling a competitive roster. Under general manager Brian Cashman's direction, the Yankees' roster has tilted toward older players this winter. Barring a major trade, the months of January and February will be important for the club to identify and pursue complementary talent.

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