Pitcher agrees to four-year deal

Originally Published: January 5, 2004
ESPN.com news services

NEW YORK -- The New York Yankees haven't finished first without a regular left-handed starter since 1947. Going into the season with an all right-handed rotation doesn't bother general manager Brian Cashman.

With five right-handed starters under contract, Cashman is looking for a backup starting pitcher and sees better quality among the remaining righties.

"There are very few quality left-handers out there," he said Monday. "I'm not really concentrating on any available left-handers ...

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