Yankees 2014 rotation plans 

October, 11, 2013
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Now that the New York Yankees have their manager in place for 2014, having reached a four-year deal with Joe Girardi, the organization can now focus its attention on figuring out the makeup of its pitching staff. With Andy Pettitte retired, and both Hiroki Kuroda and Phil Hughes headed for free agency, that's a total of 91 starts the team might have to replace before the start of next season.

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