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Josh Donaldson is heating up while doing the right things at bat

Donaldson’s results at the plate have been solid, but the process has been even better.

Aaron Hicks is taking his walks, and not much else

The veteran outfielder is walking his way to a good season.

“Little league parks” (and others) rule, actually

Rangers’ manager Chris Woodward called Yankee Stadium a "little league park," but the Rangers played there too.

Joey Gallo is good, and now he’s showing us

Gallo struggled mightily out of the gates, but it looks like he may be turning a corner.

Judge and Stanton aren’t walking, but it might work

Judge and Stanton are walking at career-low rates, but it might be leading to some positive developments.

Some Yankees are struggling, but so is everyone else

A few Yankees have been disappointing at the plate, but the rest of the league has been too.

Clay Holmes is simplifying and mystifying

The Yankees’ reliever has cut his repertoire to two pitches, and it’s working like a charm.

On negativity, perception, and patience

Only 15 games into the season, much has changed, and there’s no reason to believe things won’t keep shifting all year.

Yankees showing aggressiveness, new philosophy early on

A new hitting coach and new philosophy are leading to a different approach for many of the Yankees.