Every team faces uncertainty, but most do not have $189 million -- and, remember, that is a cap to which the Yankees will limit themselves for just one season -- with which to address it. As much as Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera will be missed, we would be wise to hold the wreaths and consoling phone calls to the Yankees and their fans until we hear the sound of dirt landing upon pinstriped cherrywood.
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