Speaks for itself I think:
" ..... New York is the only team to pay a tax for this season and has crossed the threshold in all seven years since the tax started.
According to the collective bargaining agreement, the Yankees must send a check to the commissioner's office by Jan. 31.
The Yankees have been billed $174 million of the tax's $190 million total
since 2003. The only other teams to pay have been Boston ($13.9 million for 2004-7), Detroit ($1.3 million for 2008) and the Los Angeles Angels ($927,059 for 2004).
At least the Yankees got value for their spending
Head & shoulders above the rest of baseball ... I'm not looking forward to one of those 4-5-6 years runs they have a bad habit of doing. Takes the fun out being a fan.
By the way; the Yankees now need a LF: Holliday? May I suggest: A. Soriano.