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When the New York Yankees won their 27th World Series crown in November, they did so with a 35-year-old designated hitter, a 36-year-old left fielder, a 37-year-old catcher, and a closer who would turn 40 just a few days after the Series ended. á Two of those guys are gone now and two return aálittle older. á The Yankee infield will not change for 2010 as Mark Teixeira, Robinson Cano, Alex Rodriguez, and Derek Jeter offer not only consistency but unmatched talent around the horn. á Teixeira will turn 30 during Spring Training. Cano turned 27 just before the World Series began. Jeter will attain the age of 36 in June, and ARod will be 35 in July. á In the outfield, the Yankees got younger with the acquisition of Curtis Granderson, who will turn 29 next mo ...

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