For the second year in a row, the New York Yankees’ main focus in the offseason will be starting pitching.

There’s a good chance that Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia won’t be back with the team.

Phil Hughes still can’t be depended on.

A.J. Burnett could be shopped around this winter in a trade.

And CC Sabathia could opt out of his contract, although many expect the Yankees to re-sign him to another long-term deal.

There has been a lot of speculation as to whether the Yankees will show interest and pursue Texas Ranger left-hander C.J. Wilson.

Wilson finished 2011 with a 16-7 record, a 2.94 ERA with 206 strikeouts in 223.1 innings.

A lot of the stories done here on Bleacher Report have Wilson’s name featured as a guy the Yankees will definitely pursue. And many of you have advocated that the Yankees should indeed go out and sign the Rangers star.

I am not one of them. Not even close.

Why shouldn’t the Yankees make a strong push for the lefty? I’ll tell you why.

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