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SBD/January 16, 2014/Franchises
Steinbrenner Calls A-Rod An "Asset," But Does Not Discuss Team's Future Plans
Published January 16, 2014
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HOPING FOR ATTENDANCE, RATINGS JUMPS: The Yankees are eyeing rebounds in both attendance and TV ratings in the '14 season after taking significant hits on both counts during an injury-marred '13 campaign. “New York is a star town,” Steinbrenner said, in part referring to recent free-agent signings Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. “I think the fans will be excited to see these guys play.”