Yankees' offseason begins with options on Cano, Granderson, Aardsma

Curtis Granderson celebrates his second-inning three-run home run

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Curtis Granderson celebrates his second-inning three-run home run with Robinson Cano during a game against the Boston Red Sox. (Oct. 3, 2012) (Credit: Jim McIsaac)

Day 1 of free agency contained little in the way of surprises for the Yankees.

But the time between now and when pitchers and catchers report in February is guaranteed to have plenty of them as GM Brian Cashman retools his roster under orders to try and get the payroll down to $189 million by 2014.

Free agency officially kicked off in the hours after the Giants completed their four-game...

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