Yankees finalizing deal with right-hander Corey Kluber: source

NEW YORK — Corey Kluber was looking for a place to prove he’s healthy and back to his elite form and the Yankees, home to the biggest stage in the game, were looking for a veteran starter they could get on a reasonable, short contract. It seemed like a perfect fit and Friday night they were finalizing a one-year deal that would have the two-time Cy Young Award winner joining their rotation, the New York Daily News confirmed. Reports said the deal is worth $11 million. The right-hander who will turn 35 in April is coming back from a series of injuries that limited him to one inning pitched sinc…

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