NY Yankees: A Position-by-Position Breakdown of the Yankees at Spring Training

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NY Yankees: A Position-by-Position Breakdown of the Yankees at Spring Training
Gene J. Puskar/Associated Press

The New York Yankees' spring training is under way at George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida, and the crop of talent in camp this year is noticeably different than it has been in years past.

For starters, lineup stalwart Robinson Cano has packed his bags for Seattle. His spot in the lineup will be difficult to replace, but general manager Brian Cashman brought in several bats to help pick up the slack.

Alex Rodriguez also won't have an impact on the Yankees in 2014 following his season-long suspension. In his stead, a couple of mid-level players will be competing for serious playing time.

The biggest battle in camp is for the No. 5 starter's job. Michael Pineda and David Phelps will be battling it out, though Vidal Nuno and Adam Warren will have outsiders' chances at winning the role.

If nothing else, the battles in camp make the Yankees worth watching as they gear up for the 2014 campaign. Here's how the roster breaks down.

 

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