Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from June 23rd.
Maybin hoping to come back with six-week timeframe; Mo has huge day in first Old-Timers’ Day; Hicks feels as if he’s in a better place after cortisone shot.
Green’s recent success might not be sustainable, but it’s working right now.
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Ever since, Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, and Luis Severino burst onto the scene in 2017 the Yankees have been missing one puzzle piece.
Two of the Yankees top young pitching prospects, Deivi Garcia and Luis Gil were at their best when the their teams needed them the most.
The veteran outfielder has a strained calf and the Yankees will replace him with yet another bullpen piece
Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from June 22nd.
Four RBI from Stanton and a clutch home run from Romine gave the Yankees what they needed for their eighth straight win.
Paxton’s success is proportionate to the rise on his fastball
LeMahieu is swinging more than ever, but no one should tell him to stop.
Not much offensive production is expected from a backup catcher, but Romine could probably be doing a little more at the plate.
The hitters are back, now it’s the pitchers who need to return.
Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from June 21st.
The winning streak has hit seven games for these red-hot Bombers
Sanchez and Torres have now homered in back-to-back-to-back games!
Even before his setback, expecting big things from Monty this year was bold. Now that he’s shut down for the next two weeks, it’s highly unlikely.
Judge returns and Maybin sticks around—Christmas came early!
Voit has silenced critics and established himself as the Yankees’ most reliable hitter in the first half of the 2019 season