The New York Yankeesoff-season has been an unpleasant wake-up call of what is to come.
As a fan to say that my heart is breaking would be an understatement, as the new Yankee reign still talks the talk but it is all smoke and mirrors.
With the number of holes, aging and injured players and the fact that GM Brain Cashman has literally no money to spend to make the team a winner is not the kind of ownership that this historic franchise deserves.
What is even worse is that the Yankees have the means to make this team a winner but care not too.
Free agents that are good are not going to want 1-year deals, unless you are in the 40 and over club and plan to retire; or want the option to return to their homeland of Japan.
It is so discouraging and here are 9 tweets from the last few days that is just reiterating that this is really happening to the Yankees.
Dodgers fans quickly following suit of Laker fans with confidence that Robinson Cano will bring his talents to Hollywood for '14 season @2B— JIM BOWDEN (@JimBowdenESPNxm) December 4, 2012
Russell Martin told us at SiriusXM that Brian Cashman never got the "green light" from the people handling the money to make him an offer— JIM BOWDEN (@JimBowdenESPNxm) November 30, 2012
As we all search for the possible landing spot for Free Agent closer Rafael Soriano...don't eliminate the Dodgers just yet as a possibility— JIM BOWDEN (@JimBowdenESPNxm) December 4, 2012
If Yankees determine Youkilis is physically capable and can get him on decent 1-year deal, he's a good choice as 2-3 month place holder.— Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) December 4, 2012
The Yankees never made an offer to Russell Martin; they haven't made any offers to position players so far this offseason.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) November 30, 2012
Joe Girardi stated the Yankees will have an open competition at catcher between Chris Stewart, Austin Romine and Francisco Cervelli. #YBT— Wayne McDonnell, Jr. (@wmcdonn25) December 4, 2012
"These days, the Yankees have become a poor man's version of the Kansas City Royals and Pittsburgh Pirates..." http://t.co/cGlFOzTW— Wailin Suzyn (@ItIsHigh) December 4, 2012