Spring training is baseball's timeless tradition that allows major league clubs the opportunity to learn about themselves, and this year has certainly taught the New York Yankees more than they expected.
Manager Joe Girardi and GM Brian Cashman have been kept busy with constant personnel issues. From the evaluation of upcoming talents like Ronnier Mustelier to determining which veteran players are ready to re-establish themselves in the everyday lineup, 2013 already has been one of the most active for Yankees management.
Only time will tell if all the pieces to the puzzle will fit in place, but the team is using every last day in Tampa to bring the best possible squad north.
Let's take a look at what we have learned about the Yankees this spring.