First the Yankees lose out on their second basemen Robinson Cano and now the Yankees lose out on their lefty specialist.
According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, the Colorado Rockies signed Boone Logan to a multi-year deal to be their lefty specialist, a job that Logan held with the Yankees for the past four seasons. The deal is reportedly 3 years and $15 Million pending a physical.
With the Yankees losing Logan, they might have to go into the free agent market to find another lefty specialist, or they could look within the organization. If the Yankees do look within the organization, they have Cesar Cabral and David Huff as potential options.