The Yankees' plan could include trades

Not that trying to break the luxury tax cache and preferring one-year contracts is a bad or unwise approach, but the New York Yankees appear as if they are setting themselves up for a run at the free agent classes following the 2014 and 2015 seasons. ESPN Insider's Jim Bowden writes about the starting pitching that may be available during those offseasons -- Felix Hernandez, Justin Verlander, David Price and Clayton Kershaw, included -- but the baseball world shouldn't bank on GM Brian Cashman and the Steinbrenner ownership to put all their eggs in that basket.