The biggest problem for the Yankees isn't that they're getting old, writes Keith Law, it's that they don't have anyone on the farm ready to step in and be an impact player for at least another two years.
What's most puzzling about the Yankees' deal for Rafael Soriano isn't just the price -- this is a team that makes a lot of money and can afford to spend -- it's the way it flies in the face of reality when it comes to relief pitchers.
Keith Law breaks down the 2B/SS market for free agency 2010. Derek Jeter is No. 1 here, but he's likely going to remain in New York, so teams in need of help at middle infield slots should look to Dan Uggla, Stephen Drew and Jason Bartlett.