After losing out on the Cliff Lee sweepstakes last winter, Randy Levine stepped in and signed Rafael Soriano to a 3-year, $35 million deal. He was set to be the highest paid setup man in the game of baseball, but unfortunately for him he’s now the highest paid 7th inning man in the game of baseball. It was certainly a rough first year for Soriano, thus the spotlight will certainly be brighter on him in his second year in Pinstripes.Soriano’s first season as a Yankee got off on the wrong foot from the get-go, with Brian Cashman admitting at Soriano’s introductory press conference that he didn’t want to sign him. At that point, I knew it’d be a rocky season for him. Then, in his third career outing as a Yankee on April 5 at the Stadium against the Twins, Soriano promptly blew a four run...

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