The hulking rookie hasn’t been overly impressive, but he can take walks and offers power upside if he trades some grounders for flies.
Both the stats from 2020 and this past year’s projections foresaw good things for the Yankees lineup in 2021.
The mailbag arrives for a fresh round of answering your questions.
Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from June 17th.
From clutch hits to baserunning blunders, this game had a little of everything.
The shortstop left the Yankees-Blue Jays matchup in the fourth inning.
The pursuit of milestone baseballs reveals a lot about fandom, incentives and human behavior.
Can the Yankees avoid an early fall break by following in a pair of predecessors’ footsteps?
Hopefully, this won’t come back to bite the Yankees in the butt.
The field has changed due to injuries and Cole is once again the favorite, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any other contenders.
The 2019 Washington Nationals were absolutely dreadful in April and May, but turned it around to become World Series champions.
The Yankees eked out a win, though the bigger story may have been Cole’s solid outing despite plummeting spin rates.
With Corey Kluber on the shelf and Jameson Taillon in trouble, the upside of the rotation is harder to see than it used to be.
If the Yankees remain hopeful contenders, they need to pick it up, or pack it in.
The 1939 Yankees made a worthy case for being the best team ever, all while staying under the radar like no other.
Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from June 15th.