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    Do you like it here? familyprescription.com And as far as the Yankees’ many needs go, this year’s prospective free-agent market offers mostly unappealing options. The best third basemen are Juan Uribe and Placido Polanco; the best shortstops are Clint Barmes, Stephen Drew and Jhonny Peralta; the best starting pitchers are Bronson Arroyo, A.J. Burnett (been there, done that), Bartolo Colon, Matt Garza, Tim Lincecum, Ervin Santana and Ricky Nolasco, most of whom are expected to re-sign with their present teams. There are some top-flight outfielders, Shin-Soo Choo, Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury, and a couple of quality first-string catchers, Brian McCann and Saltalamacchia, but all of them figure to command big bucks. And even if the Yankees are able to get out from under Alex Rodriguez’s $25 million next year, how much can they spend on free agents, including Cano, and still get under that $189 million luxury-tax threshold? And there is also this to consider: In years past, the Yankees had an added advantage in the free-agent market besides just money: As a team that was always assured of being a World Series contender, players wanted to come to the Bronx. Now they are back to where they were during George Steinbrenner’s manic ’80s, a purgatory the Mets have been mired in, seemingly forever, without a championship-caliber team and having to overpay for free agents in order to get them to come to New York.

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