MLB Free Agents 2012: Why New York Yankees Don't Want C.J. Wilson

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MLB Free Agents 2012:  Why New York Yankees Don't Want C.J. Wilson
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It's hard to imagine the New York Yankees not wanting the best starting pitcher on the market (for now), but it can happen.

The Yankees have their reasons as to why they don't want C.J. Wilson.  Some fans may be outraged, but those are probably the same fans who said the Yankees should've gone after John Lackey when he was a free agent.  

That worked out for the Yankees, didn't it?

Don't be surprised if the Yankees don't sign C.J. Wilson not because they got outbid, but because they didn't go after him hard enough.

So here are the reasons why the Yankees wouldn't want a 16-game winner with a 2.94 ERA. (Take that in for a moment.)

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