The panic button was pushed with the Yankees getting beat up by the Blue Jays and Indians, but a road trip to Toronto momentarily paused the state of worry.
The Yankees need to start winning and they need to start now. There’s no better place for that than a four-game series in Minnesota against the Twins.
Robinson Cano is back in the Bronx for the first time since signing with the Mariners and I still don’t blame him for leaving the Yankees for $240 million.
CC Sabathia let me down on Opening Day once again, but really I let myself down for thinking this Opening Day would be any different from the other Opening Days he has started for the Yankees.
The one time I don’t write an Order of Importance for the Yankees before the season and they don’t make the playoffs. It’s time to change that.
Erik Boland of Newsday joins me to talk about whether the new and slim CC Sabathia can be trusted and how excited everyone should be for Michael Pineda to finally be healthy.
Brian Cashman gave his Spring Training State of the Yankees to Mike Francesa and it wasn’t as optimistic as I had planned for.
This isn’t goodbye to Derek Jeter. It’s the preparation for the goodbye.
The Yankees are fighting to keep their postseason aspirations alive, but that isn’t stopping Joe Girardi from giving players unnecessary rest.
The Yankees still have 49 games left, but after getting swept by the White Sox, their season is over.