That’s right folks, 2021 has officially been put to bed. 2022 is upon us, and hopefully a better year is awaiting — both for the Yankees and just in general. I hope you all had a fun and safe celebration last night, and are looking forward to enjoying a relaxing weekend to kick off the new year. If you’re a college football fan, apologies for the lackluster semifinals games — hopefully the remaining bowls and the Championship game will be good.
Today is going to be a chill day on the site. It starts off with the third piece in Estevão’s series on underappreciated Yankees, continues with Andrés putting together a list of New Year’s resolutions for the Yankees to follow, and concludes with Matt creating a sequel to his piece from last year on the best “new years” for the Yankees — this time countering with their worst “new years.” Kick back, take it easy, and start off your 2022 right with your friends here at Pinstripe Alley.
1. Now that the holidays are over, how long will it be until the union and the owners start negotiating again?
2. What are your resolutions for this year?