My 2019 Stanley Cup Dilemma

My 2019 Stanley Cup Dilemma

For the second straight year, I don’t have a team to root for in the playoffs, so here are the 16 teams and the order I will be rooting for them over the next two-plus months.

Monday Mail: April 8, 2019

Monday Mail: April 8, 2019

Is Aaron Boone in over his head? Why are players getting scheduled off days in the first week of the season? Why is Brett Gardner batting leadoff? This week’s Monday Mail.

Aaron Boone Needs to Be Better

The Yankees manager hasn't shown any progress in his second season

Aaron Boone Needs to Be Better

Aaron Boone isn’t the reason the Yankees are 3-4 this season against the lowly Orioles and Tigers. But it’s his job as a manager to put his players and the team in the best possible position to succeed and he hasn’t done that.

Yankees Overdoing Off Days for Position Players

The Yankees' lack of urgency to open the season is startling

Yankees Overdoing Off Days for Position Players

So much for the urgency Aaron Judge spoke about after Saturday’s embarrassing loss as the Yankees are now 2-3 against the Orioles and Tigers. I’m looking forward to seeing which players have scheduled days off this week.

Yankees’ Lengthy Injured List Increases Again

Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Andujar were added to the Yankees' already lengthy injured list on Monday

Yankees’ Lengthy Injured List Increases Again

On paper, the Yankees roster was the favorite to win the 2019 World Series, but that paper has now been spilled on, crumbled up and shredded. The 2019 Yankees might not play a single game at full strength.

This Yankees Season Is a Continuation of Last Season

Through three games, there's nothing different between last year's Yankees and this year's Yankees

This Yankees Season Is a Continuation of Last Season

These first three Yankees games might have been the first three games of the 2019 season, but they felt like Games 163, 164 and 165 of the 2018 season.

Yankees’ Formula for Winning Works to Perfection on Opening Day

The Yankees used their power to get a lead, got five innings from their starter and then their bullpen closed it out

Yankees’ Formula for Winning Works to Perfection on Opening Day

Opening Day might have just been a win over the lousy Orioles, but the Yankees used their power to get a lead, got five innings from their starter and then their bullpen closed out the game.