New York Yankees: 3 Offseason Moves Yankees Should Have Made

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New York Yankees: 3 Offseason Moves Yankees Should Have Made
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With just about a month until pitchers and catchers report to spring training, the New York Yankees find themselves in an interesting situation.

The Yankees have an aging lineup with large contracts, with few young players getting opportunities to play in the Bronx.

Over this offseason, GM Brian Cashman was able to bring back veteran pitchers Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte and Hiroki Kuroda. Cashman also brought in third baseman Kevin Youkilis and utility man Russ Canzler.

The only problem with all of this is that of all of the offseason moves to bring players to New York, only one player (Canzler) is under 30 years old.

With spring training on the horizon, Hal Steinbrenner said that the front office in New York still has “some work to do."

In what might be the understatement of the year, New York has a lot of work to do before becoming contenders once again.

Here are three offseason moves that the Yankees should have made in 2012.

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