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What Should Yankees Do About Cano?

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As Spring Training slowly shudders and stumbles underway at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida, for the first time in more than a few years the most talked-about infielder in camp for the New York Yankees isn't Alex Rodriguez, despite the franchise third baseman's fresh public relations battle over PEDs.

That's partially because Rodriguez isn't in camp with the Yankees, but in New York rehabbing from hip surgery over the offseason, where he says he will not be a distraction for his team while reporters for New York's most popular tabloids try desperately to prove him wrong. But it's also because, even though the Post and Daily News have been trying to whip their readers into a frenzy over the possibility of Rodriguez never returning to the active...

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