It’s a business. Miguel Cairo, who performed well last year and then came up large in the postseason, was expected by all to return. But perhaps he was asking for too much. At least, that’s what Cash would have us believe. So now Miguel is gone, and in comes Tony Womack—the man who, as some would have it, put the final nail in the Yankee Dynasty coffin with his final run of 2001. Statistically, he looks a lot like Cairo (a few more ks, a few more steals). Those who were hoping for Placido Polanco and his power bat will be disappointed. And what will the Yanks do about first base? There will be no arbitration for John Olerud or Tony Clark. That leaves Mr. You Know Who—and you can be sure that somewhere in this fair city there is a $400-an-hour lawyer—and probably a team of them—looking into how his contract can be tossed out like the Thanksgiving leftovers still hanging around the fridge. What next? We wait?