Per Buster Olney, the Yankees have agreed to re-sign right-handed pitcher, Hiroki Kuroda to a one year deal worth $15 million with some incentives worth up to $1 million. Kuroda, 38 in February, pitched to a 3.32 ERA and a 3.86 FIP across 219.2 frames in 2012. This was big because it gives the rotation some stability and solves one of the many question marks going into next season. This takes a lot of pressure off the front office to make a upgrade to the rotation. Next up: Andy Pettitte.