I doubt it.... I think they've sort of soured on pouring a lot of money into older vets that are more prone to injury and eventual age decline. For every good one they get, they get a Kevin Brown or an inconsistant RJ. I think they're going to go back to their mid 90s strategy of spreading their salary around to get more depth and younger guys.
Plus, next year, an outfield of Hideki, Damon and Melky Cabrera doesn't look too bad. I suspect the strategy will be to strengthen the pitching staff and for position players, look more at signing 2 or 3 pretty good vets who can spot start at a lot of positions rather than one stud hitter.
Pitching though is their weak point. If they do nothing this off season, they've still got the bats to score plenty of runs, it's pitching where they have problems and Mariano isn't getting any younger.
They also have to start thinking about an eventual Posada replacement, but because Posada probably has a few more good years in him, they have time maybe to develop one in the minors.
But anyway, I get the sense that Cano and Cabrera have taught them that filling some of your holes from your own farm system is a lot cheaper than just writing checks all the time, especially when you've got so much salary going to A-Rod, Jeter, Giambi and RJ. I don't think they'll ever quit the free agent market, but I think you'll see them go more for a couple of solid vets over a humongous salary star.