The New York Yankees were very active this offseason, and the team's newest players have all had varying levels of success through the season's first 26 games.
To be fair, though, none of the acquisitions have been downright bad. In fact, general manager Brian Cashman actually did a great job of bringing in talent that was capable of producing right from the first game.
Longevity may prove to be an issue with a player or two on this list, but the vast majority appear as if they'll continue to succeed. And the Yankees will need them to. Despite so many new faces, this team still has holes. The risk of injuries in the infield may prove too difficult to overcome without consistency.
Early numbers can be inflated, but it's around this time that the law of averages starts to take its course. The players have had a large enough sample size to earn some sort of a grade. Well, here they are.