The New York Yankees did plenty right in 2012. They won 95 games and another AL East Division championship.
They led all of baseball in home runs and finished second in runs scored.
Despite countless injuries to the starting rotation and bullpen, the Yankees posted a team ERA under four, placing the Yanks among the top half of the league.
In many teams' books that would be one successful season. In the Bronx anything short of a World Series victory is a massive failure.
The 2012 Yankees were a good-but-not-great team and had plenty of areas that needed improvement.
Each season the page turns and fan bases look to see if the changes have been made to advance further.
For Yankees fans, there are several areas of the game—as well as players on the team—that they want to see improve in 2013.