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The Yankees will be without their No. 2 starter for the entire 2020 season
The second Brian Cashman pointed to the spot on his own forearm where Luis Severino complained of pain while talking to reporters last week, I knew Luis Severino wouldn’t throw a pitch for the 2020 Yankees.
The Yankees are already down 40 percent of their starting rotation
It’s been a few days since the Yankees last reported an injury. The good news is there aren’t any new injuries. The bad news is Luis Severino and James Paxton are still injured.
The Yankees are down 40 percent of their rotation a week into spring training
Chris Stacy of NYY Sports Talk joined me to talk about the Luis Severino injury news.
Thoughts on the Yankees a week into spring training
We’re a week into spring training and that means we’re a week closer to Opening Day.
The Yankees' right fielder was shut down on the first day of spring training
It’s not so much Aaron Judge being shut down that has me worried about his shoulder, it’s more the way Aaron Boone explained and reacated to Judge’s injury that has me worried.
The Astros will have to answer for their cheating in the batter's box
The league decided not to punish Astros players for what the league determined was a “player-driven” cheating scheme, so now opposing teams will have to punish the Astros players in the batter’s box.
Thoughts on the Yankees as spring training officially begins
Spring is here! Not spring in the sense of 60-degree days, outdoor happy hours and walking your dog without the fear of frostbite, but spring in the sense that baseball is back.
The second wild screwed the Yankees and a third and fourth will screw them even more
There are talks of the postseason field being increased again and that’s bad news for the Yankees.
The Yankees' season is set to begin this week in Tampa
Erik Boland of Newsday joined me to talk about the storylines surrounding the Yankees to begin spring training.
The Yankees are once again proving you can never have enough pitching
Spring training has yet to officialy begin and already the Yankees are once again proving you can never have enough pitching.