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The center fielder has played in 57 percent of games over six years
Aaron Hicks isn’t going anywhere with four years left on his contract, and after wrongfully believing in him to be an everyday option for the Yankees the last three seasons, the same mistake can’t be made for a fourth straight season.
Yankees' 40-man decisions added to long list of questionable choices
I’m not upset with the Yankees’ decisions involving the players from Friday’s deadline. I’m upset with the Yankees’ decisions involving those players during their time as Yankees.
Yankees can rebuild roster this offseason and all it will cost is money
The Yankees are trending in the wrong direction, while the rest of the division trends up around them. That can be reversed over the next few months, and all it will cost is money.
Yankees got what they dealt for: an inconsistent, oft-injured starting pitcher
The Yankees’ pre-2019 trade for James paxton didn’t work out the same way nearly every Brian Cashman trade for starting pitching hasn’t worked out.
Yankees spring training officially begins in less than a week
A week from today, Yankees spring training will already be in its second day and baseball will be back. The grind of the offseason is nearly over.
The Yankees will need a lot to go right this season beginning next week
Spring training is about to begin, and the Yankees’ health will be the focal point in 2021 after the last two seasons.
The power hitter's postseason performance will be forgotten by Yankees fans
Because I’m a nice person, I’m going to give Giancarlo Stanton a clean slate for the a second straight season. I’m going to be positive when it comes to Stanton for as long as he lets me be positive.
It's been a long four months since the Yankees last played a game
The moment Gio Urshela lined out to third to end Game 5 of the ALDS, I was ready for next season. I’m always ready for next season. I hate the offseason.
The Yankees have one move left to make before spring training
The Yankees have one move left to make this offseason and that’s to bring Brett Gardner back.
Yankees need their middle-of-the-order presence to be present
The Yankees’ Eric Cressy discussed keeping the team healthy in 2021, especially their two middle-of-the-order bats in Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, who have been injured for most of the last two seasons.