News came down late last night that Andrew Bailey and the New York Yankees were working toward a deal. This morning, it's official.Andrew Bailey is a New York Yankee signing a minor league deal. That comes from ESPN who writes:"The New York Yankees have agreed to terms with reliever Andrew Bailey on a minor-league deal, according to a source....The major-league side of the deal is worth $2.5 million and includes a 2015 option and buyout as well as incentives, according to a source.Should Bailey reach the majors, he'll make a prorated base salary of $1.975 million, plus the incentives, the source said."Now, I have no problem stockpiling arms, but Bailey didn't give the Red Sox much when he was with them because he had shoulder problems. It's a minor league deal so it's not a huge worry...

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