The mailbag is here to answer this week’s batch of questions.
Here’s your rundown at week’s end.
Luke Voit is getting closer to his return; The Yankees power has gone from their strength to a weakness; Three takeaways from the road trip; The Yankees and Rays comment on the tension between them.
Filling in for the dinged up Gleyber Torres, Gio Urshela played a perfectly fine shortstop against the Blue Jays on Tuesday.
The Yankees get a crack at their division foes away from the mausoleum-like confines of the Trop.
New York’s bullpen has been one bright spot for the team through the first two weeks of the 2021 season.
The 2017 Yankees finished one win away from the World Series, but they looked much different at the beginning of the season.
Aaron Judge homered twice, but that wasn’t enough offense for the Yankees in their series finale loss.
The Yankees’ shortstop has struggled catching up to the heat.
Gerrit Cole dominates as the offense struggles to stay afloat early on.
Gleyber Torres nursing a jammed ring finger; Billy Beane and Brian Cashman’s relationship goes well beyond baseball; MLB trade deadline moved up one day
Chappy’s splitty brings the fireballer’s already overpowering package of pitches an element of surprise.
An attempt to decipher the hostility toward Giancarlo Stanton.
The Cole/Higashioka tandem was too much for Toronto.