Yankees president Randy Levine said GM Brian Cashman still has work to do as the team seeks to add more players in advance of Spring Training.
"[Cashman] and the baseball people did a great job," Levine told the NY Post about the team's recent acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton. "I know he's upstairs working, not finished. We're hopeful there's more stuff to be done before spring training and Opening Day."
Aside from trading for Stanton (as the team dumped Starlin Castro's salary in the process), the Yankees -- who are trying to get under the $197 million luxury tax threshold -- traded Chase Headley and the $13 million he's owed for 2018 to the Padres.
They also re-signed CC Sabathia to a one-year deal worth $10 million and benefited when Masahiro Tanaka chose to not opt out of the final three seasons of his contract.
Even with a full starting rotation, the Yankees are still seeking to add to it, and have been in talks with the Pirates about trading for Gerrit Cole.
"We're the Yankees," Levine concluded. "We always want to get better, and [Cashman] is always looking to get better and Hal [Steinbrenner] is always trying to make us better."