With the moves the Yankees made at the trade deadline, adding players such as Sonny Gray, Todd Frazier, David Robertson and Jaime Garcia — and their salaries — it was clear the team was going for it. On Wednesday at the quarterly MLB owners meetings in Chicago, managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner left no doubt....
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