If Yankees ownership isn't satisfied with the team's starting pitching, they might seek free-agent starter Edwin Jackson, according to Peter Gammons.Jackson played with the White Sox and Cardinals last season, finishing with a 3.79 ERA and 148 strikeouts in 199.2 innings pitched. Jackson would provide some stability to the Yankees' rotation, as he's pitched at least 183 innings each season since 2008.As a reminder, right now they have (via official depth chart):1. CC Sabathia2. Ivan Nova3. Phil Hughes4. A.J. Burnett5. Freddy Garcia6. Hector NoeisiJackson threw a no-hitter once but has proven to be inconsistent throughout his nine-year career.More importantly than the report, to me, was the fact that I had a chance to ask Mr. Gammons about the Yankees' offseason personally (over the...

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