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With both AJ Burnett and Rafael Soriano's contracts ($30.5 million) coming off the books, the New York Yankees will have money to spend this offseason. The Yankees do not have many holes in their roster.
With Alex Rodriguez aging and moving to DH full-time, the Yankees will have a hole at third base.
David Wright is a free agent and will be highly sought after by Brian Cashman. Wright has played in New York, albeit for the Mets, so he should be able to handle the pressure. He will also only be 29-years-old.
Currently, he has hit .300 for his career, holds 27 home runs and 106 runs batted in, and has stolen 22 bases per 162 at-bats.
Wright has not had many injury issues during his career even though he did only play 102 games in 2011. Before that he averaged 156 games per season.
In order to facilitate Alex Rodriguez's move to DH and Nick Swisher's departure from New York, Jesus Montero will move to right field.