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This is one of the funniest things I've read in a while.

In an effort to make voiding deals easier in the future, the Yankees have added Jason Giambi and Kevin Brown clauses to their contracts in the offseason.

Problems ''caused by or related to the abuse, misuse or use of steroids'' or inflicting injury upon oneself can now result in a Yankee's contract being voided, assuming the player is making more than he's worth, of course. Next year, expect a Tony Womack clause giving the Yankees the ability to void any deals that were just plain stupid right from the beginning.