After getting swept by the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 ALCS, it was clear that the New York Yankees would need to make some tough decisions in the upcoming offseason. With Derek Jeter out, the offense was stagnant at best, and the team with the most wins in the AL (95) missed the World Series for the third straight year.

General manager Brian Cashman has some decisions to make this offseason. Here are a few realistic moves he should consider making to help the Yankees get back to the World Series in 2013.

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