Baseball NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Yankees addressed a need at second base Tuesday with the addition of Starlin Castro from the Cubs, but the Bombers can still use help if they want to make it 28 World Series titles. One would suspect they'd address a rotation that was banged up and/or ineffective down the stretch, but manager Joe Girardi says he likes his group of starters as is. Every pitcher projected to be in New York's rotation at the beginning of the 2015 — Masahiro Tanaka (forearm), Michael Pineda (forearm), CC Sabathia (knee), Nathan Eovaldi (elbow) and Chris Capuano (quad) — spent time on the disabled list at some point in the season. Adam Warren, who filled in nicely after Capuano got hurt in the spring, is on his way to Chicago in the Castro trade.  MORE: Yankees' best first-round draft picks | Red Sox skipper speaks on Panda, HanleyWhat remains for the Yankees is Ivan Nova, who is a year removed from Tommy John surgery, and Luis Severino, who Girardi said at baseball's winter meetings could be on an innings limit as he enters his first full big league season.  "I think there's depth there, but there's questions about health," Girardi told reporters Tuesday prior to the Castro trade. "Tanaka coming off a minor surgery. You have Michael coming back after throwing a lot of innings last year. Nova should be better a year removed from his surgery. I think until you see him throwing in spring training and throwing the ball like he's capable of, you wonder a little bit."I think those are some of the concerns. We do have guys that we feel that can step up. Severino did a great job for us and you look at him to be in our rotation."MORE: The 13 worst December trades of all time, rankedWith a projected rotation of Tanaka, Pineda, Severino, Sabathia and Eovaldi, Girardi thinks his team can make a World Series run if it stays healthy. That's a big "if" considering zero pitchers made 30 starts in 2015 for a club that finished with a 4.25 rotation ERA. "Our mindset is to go to the World Series," Girardi said. "That's what you go to work for in the winter and spring training and during the season. That's what our goal is, is to get back there and that's what we're going to do."I think our guys are capable of getting it done. But the thing is, you have to keep them out there for 30 to 32 starts, our rotation has a chance to be good. But we've got to keep them out there."There are also concerns regarding Sabathia's battle with alcoholism, but Girardi says he feels pretty good about where Sabathia is in his recovery."I've seen him working out at the ballpark. He's working hard. He did the right thing. He went and got help," Girardi said. "The interesting thing about that was, it was probably the be

st month that he had, the best four or five starts that he had put together before he decided to go get help."