(Get out of there, Joba. You're ruining the shot. Courtesy of the AP)
Yesterday we officially kicked off the 2013 AB4AR "Season Review" series with a look back on how the team's plan to contend on a budget worked out. If you missed the post yesterday and don't have the energy to click the link and catch up, here's a spoiler alert- it didn't. The same could be said for the team's efforts to address the 2014 rotation. To have any chance of contending this season, the Yankees were going to need a strong showing from their starting rotation, and they correctly focused most of their offseason efforts on building up that rotation. But in addressing the needs of the 2013 rotation, they were also creating a bunch of questions about the 2014 version. The hope was that a lot of those questions would be answered this year, but the end results have left the Yankees with even more issues to address.