As Tyler Kepner reports this morning, the Yanks plan on quite the off-season buying spree. The team has every intention of resigning Mo and Jorge, would like to extend Alex, and plans to pick up the option of Bobby Abreu. All those young pitchers leave some room in the books, we suppose, and they’ll need it. Jorge certainly seems to be staying, if his real estate dealings are any indication. Curbed reports the catcher just put down $3.1 million—in cash!—to expand his apartment in a building designed by Robert A. M. Stern on the Upper East Side. I went to school (all twelve grades) right around the corner; it’s a nice place to live, and an easy commute. He can pick up the train to the stadium on the block.