New York Yankees: State of Franchise at the Start of the 2013-14 Offseason

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New York Yankees: State of Franchise at the Start of the 2013-14 Offseason
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Derek Jeter is the last of the "Core Four" and the face of a proud New York Yankees franchise.

The New York Yankees find themselves in a state of transition as they enter the 2013-14 offseason.

Gone is the team's beloved and dependable closer, Mariano Rivera.  Also retired is Major League Baseball's most successful postseason starter, Andy Pettitte.  Together with Derek Jeter and previously retired Jorge Posada, they represented one of the most successful eras in the storied franchise's history.

With the disappointment of not reaching the playoffs for only the second time in 19 seasons, the club will examine every segment of its business to ensure a repeat is not in the near future.

This is a look at each piece of the franchise and how it stands following the 2013 campaign.

 

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