The Yankees' left-hander has failed to go five innings in half of his starts this season
We’re nearly halfway through the season, and overall, James Paxton has been the guy I feared the Yankees trading for aside from a pair of April starts. He needs to better. He has to better.
The Yankees' starting pitching has been the team's weakness this season and it's getting worse
The Yankees have now played 66 games and their starters have pitched six innings in 25 of them and have provided 21 quality starts. That’s not good. If it doesn’t change, they will be back in the wild-card game.
Ownership and the front office has failed the team and its fans again
The ownership and front office of the Yankees should regret the decision to pass on Dallas Keuchel. But given the way they have operated in recent years, they won’t.
Yankees fans deserve to know who makes the decisions for the team
I need to know who makes the lineup, off day and bullpen decisions for the Yankees. Either the Yankees have a manager in so far over his head or they have an analytics team which needs to be reevaluated.
The Yankees' outfielder turned one bad inning into a situation that won't go away
Clint Frazier’s bat is too good to give up on because of his defense and because he went out the back door of the clubhouse one night. The Yankees need his bat and they need him to improve defensively.
The free-agent left-hander will now only cost the Yankees money
All Dallas Keuchel will cost the Yankees is money. Just money. It’s something the Yankees make more of than any team in the league and something they used to use to their advantage.
The AL East is now a two-team race
Another series, another series win. That’s what the 2019 Yankees do and I can’t tell you how good it feels. Here are 10 thoughts on the Yankees’ first of four scheduled off days in June.
The Yankees can make the AL East race a two-team race
Last August, the Yankees trailed the Red Sox by 5 1/2 games when they went to Boston for a four-game series. It was the Yankees’ last chance to put a dent into the deficit and they needed to win at least three out of four and cut their games back to 3 1/2 before the […]
The Yankees are getting healthier and tough roster decisions are on the way
I will never forget the 2019 Replacement Yankees, I just don’t want to have to watch them all season. Thankfully, I won’t. The Yankees are getting healthier and healthier.
The Yankees' highest-paid player has been shut down again, this time with a "mild calf strain"
The Giancarlo Stanton injury saga has taken another turn. The Yankees’ highest-paid player, who went on the injured list with a biceps strain still hasn’t returned. The biceps strain, which shut him down, became a shoulder strain, which shut him down, and now he has a calf strain, which has shut him down yet again.