There aren't any details on the money yet, but the Yankees and Hiroki Kuroda have reportedly agreed to a new 1-year deal. Normally I'd wait to get a few more details before posting, but when the tweet confirming the deal is coming from Buster Olney, that's good enough for me.
Kuroda was always the top priority this offseason, and it's good that this has now been resolved. There's still a lot of work to do, but at least there's one space we can fill in on the open roster card for next season. More details to come...
** UPDATE- 6:43PM- The deal is worth $15 million for next season, with a little less than $1 mil worth of incentives. Sounds like a good deal for both sides. Yanks and Kuroda both get the 1-year deal they wanted, and Hirok gets the raise he deserved and earned with his 2012 performance. **
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