There isn’t a team Yankees fans should be worried about in the American League. Maybe the Royals? But after them, who? The Yankees have the best 1-2 punch in the rotation (when healthy) and in the bullpen (when healthy) and an offense that has become consistent. To think this team is in first place in the AL East despite not having their best starting pitcher (Masahiro Tanaka), best all-around player (Jacoby Ellsbury) and arguably their best reliever (Andrew Miller) on the team at the same time since April 23 (a span of 46 games) is incredible.
JJ of Barstool Sports New York joined me to talk about the Yankees becoming the best team in the AL, what to do with the bullpen without Andrew Miller, who should be playing second base and shortshop and how to get Robinson Cano out of Seattle and back to the Bronx.