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Hispanic Yankee Greats of Days Past: Luis Arroyo

Arroyo was the lead bullpen arm for the 1961 World Series champion Yankees.

Is Brett Gardner the true Mr. September?

The Yankee lefty has had the most success in September three years running.

Like many hitters, Gleyber Torres’ power lies in his hips

The Yankees shortstop’s swing is close, but still lacking juice.

Clarke Schmidt deserves a shot at important innings in September

The 25-year-old prospect has proven that he is ready to help the Yankees.

Gary Sánchez’s power outage could be due to toning it down too much

The Yankee catcher has only swatted four home runs in July and August combined.

Luke Voit’s swing is undeniably elite

With incredible timing mechanisms in his swing, Voit has hit anything thrown his way this month.

Wandy Peralta can largely credit his ascent in prominence to his filthy changeup

Peralta has increased his changeup usage in August, and the strategy has been a smashing success.

Gerrit Cole and the still-evolving sticky stuff mystery

Pitchers across the league are experiencing mid-game spin rate fluctuations, and sticky stuff suspicions are abound. But the Yankees might not need to worry.

What might be behind the Yankees’ new fascination with sinkers?

Hawk-Eye data could be another reason why sinkers are coming back.

Joey Gallo is the king of the (four) true outcomes

Joey Gallo has mastered the art of the bunt single.