Good morning, Pinstripe Alley.
"Continue to work and continue to build off everybody here that's trying to win championships," Granderson said. "You see a guy like Derek Jeter who has five championships and he's not just good because he's using his God-given ability. He won one championship and he wasn't content with that and he just kept working harder and you see that attitude filtered throughout the organization. I came in and tried to be a part of that. You learn to not be satisfied with where you are."
A for attitude!
- The Washington Post examines the spending habits of the New York Yankees and their "fiscal restraint" ever since The Boss stopped making major decisions.
- In a little off-field news, Brian Cashman's alleged stalker has been indicted.
- What should truly come as no surprise: the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers lead a list of Major League Baseball's most valuable teams.
"There's always a need for good pitching, and as long as I go out and pitch well and am one of those guys, there's going to be a spot," Hughes said. "I'm making strides every day. Up to this point, I'm happy where I'm at."