New York Yankees: Offseason Shows They Don't Always Have to Write Big Checks

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New York Yankees: Offseason Shows They Don't Always Have to Write Big Checks
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It’s hard not to hate the New York Yankees.

With 27 World Series titles and the ability to sign any top-notch player of their choice, the New York Yankees is a team everybody loves to hate.

Having the highest payroll in baseball of $196,854,630, it is no wonder why the Yankees have been so victorious in the past. Known for pulling out their checkbooks and offering players their desired amount, the Yankees make sure that the most prominent and skilled players in the league are apart of their team.

However, General Manager Brian Cashman took a different approach this season, proving he might actually be a solid General Manager.

Cashman signed talented, yet low key players such as Russell Martin, Andruw Jones, Eric Chavez, Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia. Each of these players has adapted well to their new team, proving that you don’t have to write big checks, to get big results.  

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