Amid news their catching corps could be thrown utterly out of whack through MLB-imposed suspensions, the Yankees were strengthened up the middle with the return of second baseman Starlin Castro from the disabled list Friday. It was a case of, “Hi, welcome back, now go play” as Castro was in the starting lineup against Seattle...
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