As long as Miguel Andujar is on the Yankees, he needs to play. Not playing him the night after he crushes his first home run of the season and is arguably the hottest hitter on the team is irresponsible.
The Yankees had three games that could have qualified as the lowest point of the season before Tuesday. If Tuesday’s loss to the Marlins isn’t the lowest point of the 2018 season then I don’t want to know what is.
Tuesday night sucked at Fenway Park sucked. Wednesday night at Fenway Park couldn’t have gone any better.
I have seen a lot of bad Yankees games at Fenway Park. April 10, 2018 can be added to the list.
The Opening Day trip to Toronto continues with the second game of the season and Masahiro Tanaka on the mound for the first time since Game 5 of the ALCS.
There’s no better feeling in the world than baseball being back. After the way last season ended and the way this season is expected to go, it felt necessary to head north for the first two games of the season.
The Yankees can salvage their $158 million mistake by eating the remaining money owed to the underachieving center fielder
The person responsible for the worst contract in Yankees history, which produced the worst Yankee in the team’s history, can salvage the monumental mistake.
In a season in which they weren't even supposed to contend, the Yankees came within one win of returning to the World Series.
And just like that, it’s over. The daily grind that started in Tampa back on Sunday, April 2 has ended.
Gary Sanchez is the AL Rookie of the Year. Not Michael Fulmer. Gary Sanchez. And it’s not even close.
The Yankees are not just still alive, they are in the postseason race
The Yankees should have been buried in April and May and June and July, but here they are in the final month of the season battling for a postseason berth.