"What we got is what we're going with," Cashman said by phone from his office at Yankee Stadium. "I anticipate we are going to use the alternatives we have here."
He also refuted media reports that the Yankees were planning to acquire Hiroki Kuroda, the Dodgers' Japanese righty who is rumored to have been placed on waivers by the Dodgers.
"I haven't thought about him. I don't even know if he's on waivers yet," Cashman said. "Besides, I'd be hard-pressed to find a pitcher on the waiver wire who can pitch better for us than Dustin Moseley has."
"I'm not even thinking along those terms because right now I'm not interested in adding anyone," Cashman said. "I like the team we have and I think we have what it takes to get the job done."
Cashman has a tendency to say a lot of things that are basically complete lies. I'm not saying this is one of those times, but it's something to keep in the back of your head if you're hoping the Yankees do land Kuroda.