With Rafael Soriano languishing on the free agent market as teams blanch at the prospect of giving up a draft pick (or, more accurate, the signing pool money associated with that pick), there's been an undertone in the rumor mill that his most likely landing spot for the 2013 would be back in the Bronx. I'm a little bit skeptical of that, both because I think the Yankees will be happy to wait out the market and see what pick they'll get as compensation when Soriano inevitably signs a deal somewhere, and (more notably) because the Yankees don't really have an opening in the bullpen with Mariano Rivera and Joba Chamberlain both healthy. That's a sentiment apparently shared by Brian Cashman as well. "I cannot talk about players on the free-agent market," Cashman said. "But I am not looking for bullpen help, I can tell you that." And before you throw out the surprise signing of Soriano back in 2011, remember that the Yankees didn't have an elite set up man like David Robertson at the time, and at the beginning of the season Robertson was merely a nondescript middle reliever who got most of his action warming up in the bullpen. This year, they already have three solid end-of-game relievers, and spending the sort of money it would take to get Soriano to sign a one year deal just to push Joba and Robertson down the ladder again would be a colossal waste of resources.