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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.
The catcher's every move will be magnified during the 2021 season
Every plate appearance, every swing, every throw, every ball in the dirt for the Yankees’ catcher will be magnified and dissected this season.
Yankees' starting pitching is full of unknowns and oft-injured arms
Brian Cashman recently gave a few interviews on the state of the Yankees, and shared his opinion on the risky rotation he has built.
Yankees' starters are nearly all returning from elbow or shoulder surgeries
The Yankees decided to rebuild nearly their entire rotation with injury-prone arms that haven’t pitched in two years.
Yankees will miss right-hander if rotation gamble doesn't pay off
I’m going to miss Masahiro Tanaka, and if the Yankees’ rotation gamble doesn’t pay off, they’ll miss him as well.
The Yankees made two trades, finished two contracts and let a great Yankee leave
A lot has happened this week. It was easily the busiest week for the Yankees this offseason as the team made two trades, finalized two contracts and let a great Yankee leave.
Adam Ottavino isn't a Yankee because of the illusion of a salary cap
For the second time in three years, the Yankees have cut payroll by $50 million while in their championship window.