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Chapman is back with the Yankees, so what can fans reasonably expect?

The lefty has been a polarizing reliever this season, to say the least.

On bullpen volatility and managing the unmanageable

The bullpen has been struck with injuries and ineffectiveness, but the Yankees have still managed to keep games close.

Who is the Yankees’ best pinch-runner?

Pinch-running is a quietly important part of the postseason; who among the bench players offers the most upside?

Lou Trivino as a postseason weapon

Trivino has been excellent since coming over to the Yankees, and he stands to be a useful piece in the postseason.

Lucas Luetge has been a quiet rock in the Yankees bullpen

He has been a very good pitcher for the Yankees, and Yankees fans should treat him as a treasure.

The Yankees have gone high-risk with little to show for it

The Yankees decided to risk bringing in aging veterans and dedicating playing time to older players. Was it worth it?

Baseball: The ultimate game of second chances

Baseball has the unique ability to give players opportunities to succeed after failure.

It might be time to move on from Aaron Hicks

The Yankees and Aaron Hicks might be both better off apart from each other.

Aaron Judge and how he learned to love the pull

As Esteban suspected earlier this year, Judge has made minor adjustments that have lead to a huge season.

The Gumbo Curse, or how the Yankees cratered

The Yankees have lost a lot of games since the All-Star break. What is going on?