It’s commonly presumed in the Big Apple that every player, regardless of color, creed, or gender, wants to join the fearsome Yankees at some point in their career. It is also typically believed by those "arrogantly detached" Yanks fans that if the Bombers get involved in a negotiation it’s just a matter of the Yanks deciding whether they want a player, and not the other way around. Not anymore. The last 5 years seem to have taken their toll on the reputation of the once-titans (as well as a number of middle relievers’ arms), and now it looks like Brian Cashman will have no trouble executing his strategy of rebuilding from within. He has to. Nobody wants to play in the Bronx. Except, perhaps, those players still represented by Scott Boras, and you can figure out why they target the team. It’s not because of the winning.