Takeaways from the Yankees 4-1 loss; Bombers may have a problem if Game Four is rained out; Studs and duds of Game Three; Reggie Jackson apologizes to Stanton
The Yankees came close to doing some damage against Cole, just not close enough.
Here’s what we know so far.
This is the place for vents, rants, and hot takes.
Hardly anything went right as the Yankees were outplayed by the Astros in every phase of the game.
The Yankees used a clear set of guiding principles with regard to reliever usage this year. Is it about to pay off, or backfire?
The ending to Game Two was rough, but there’s for Yankees fans to feel good about as the series returns to the Bronx.
The class-A Charleston RiverDogs were loaded with top talent that saw eight of the Yankees’ top-30 prospects log significant time with the team this season.
Aaron Boone’s decisions kept the Yankees in the game; How the Yankees can beat Gerrit Cole; Analytics backfired on one pitch to George Springer.
Last night’s loss was awful, annoying, and dumb. The Yankees aren’t destined for failure because of it, though.
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Severino did enough to get past the Twins, but the young ace could decide the series with a strong start at home
The Yankees hung around as long as they could, but squandered key opportunities and the pitching ultimately gave out.
There was not a fun end to this game.
Paxton’s fastball is going to play a big role in Game Two.
This series represents the ultimate stress test for two super-teams.
Verlander gave up his share of home runs in 2019.
The Yankees have a chance to take down Verlander in Game Two.