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Yankees Social Media Spotlight: The team gears up for Tampa Bay

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Judge, Stanton, Voit, and Tanaka all posted about the postseason this past week.

American League Wild Card Game 2: New York Yankees v. Cleveland Indians Photo by Joe Sargent/MLB Photos via Getty Images

Baseball is back! We have kept you up to date with what the Yankees have been up to on social media ever since baseball shutdown back in March. Although the season is underway, we’ll still provide weekly updates on what your favorite Yankees do when they’re not on the diamond!

Aaron Judge

He’s never missed the postseason in his career, but he has yet to capture a ring. In year four, Judge is looking to capture No. 28 for the Yankees franchise.

Luke Voit

The only player to hit 20+ home runs in 2020 regular season was Mr. Luke Voit. His 22 blasts led Major League Baseball as he was crowned the home run king for the season. Although leading the league in homers is cool, he knows that getting a ring is all that matters in the end.

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Now let’s get #28

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Masahiro Tanaka

Tanaka has been one of the most dominant playoff pitchers in all of baseball since entering the league. He didn’t have one of his best outings during Game Two of the Wild Card round, but he did have to deal with a rain delay. In a tweet he said: “There were ups and downs, and it was a difficult season. Even so, we still have this far, and I think we have all the talents who can conquer the World Series! I hope I can keep a good concentration and play hot baseball.”

Giancarlo Stanton

He’s blasted a homer in each of the two postseason games for the Yanks this year, and he’s looking for more. After taking care of business against Cleveland, Stanton is ready for his next challenge.

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On to the nextt SD

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Jasson Dominguez

Even though he won’t have any impact on the postseason this year, and most likely won’t for a few more, Dominguez posted a few videos and pictures of him working out. He’s so exciting to watch.

That’s all the updates we have for you this week. Check back next week to see more of what the Yankees are doing during their free time!