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Yankees Analysis

Wandy Peralta is throwing his slider more often

Peralta is a bright spot in a somewhat gloomy bullpen right now.

The Yankees have seen an improved version of Aroldis Chapman

It’s a tiny sample, but the Cuban Missile has looked much better in recent games and could be on the verge of turning his season around.

Patience has been the key to DJ LeMahieu’s 2022 success

At the age of 34, DJ has reached his plate discipline peak.

Gleyber Torres is hesitating on off-speed pitches

Not a ton has changed since Gleyber’s All-Star-caliber first half, but his approach to off-speed pitches has ushered in a slump.

Andrew Benintendi may have a Yankee Stadium problem

On contact and its value in a really small ballpark.

Trevino, Higgy, and the subtle intricacies of pitch-calling

What’s causing the statistical differences around the rotation with Trevino and Higashioka behind the plate?

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: DJ LeMahieu (8/7)

LeMahieu continued his hot streak against the Cardinals legend.

Josh Donaldson may be turning a corner

It is critical that Donaldson’s production continues given the absences of Giancarlo Stanton, Anthony Rizzo, and Matt Carpenter.

Albert Abreu can help the Yankees down the stretch

Since coming back after being traded away, Albert Abreu has been generally solid. Will that continue?

How Aaron Hicks’ batting stance contributes to his inconsistency

Aaron Hicks has had an uneven season, and there are some issues with his batting stance that may be causing it.

What to look for ahead of Gerrit Cole’s start tonight

Cole is dealing with a reoccurring mechanical deficiency.

What has made All-Star Clay Holmes fall back to earth?

Clay Holmes has looked more human since the All-Star break. What is going on?

Breaking down Frankie Montas’ rocky Yankees debut

The Yankees’ newest starting pitcher did not have the debut we’d hope for, so what went wrong?

The Yankees should get creative with Germán and the rotation

With the fifth rotation spot, should the Yankees go with a bullpen game or use Domingo Germán as a starter?

A post-deadline look at the New York Yankees rotation

After a chaotic and confusing trade deadline, the Yankees have plenty of interesting pieces to play with in their rotation.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Jose Trevino (8/1)

Trevino capped off a great night with a homer to center field.

Lou Trivino drastically raises the ceiling of the Yankees bullpen

Don’t let the ERA fool you. This guy is nasty.

Scott Effross is a strong replacement for Michael King

Despite one of the best and most consistent relievers going down to injury, the Yankees played it perfectly

A look at the new Yankee, Frankie

A deeper dive into the talented starter who the Yankees picked up from Oakland yesterday.

Scott Effross immediately diversifies the Yankees' bullpen

The new Yankee reliever is unlike anyone else on the pitching staff.

Yankees’ Andrew Benintendi trade drops first domino, strengthens lineup

And so it begins...

Will Benintendi’s profile play well in Yankee Stadium?

The new acquisition may be a perfect fit for Yankee Stadium’s dimensions.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Isiah Kiner-Falefa (7/24)

IKF battled out this at-bat for a clutch single.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Matt Carpenter (7/16)

This home run capped off a big win against the rival Red Sox.

Should we be worried about Aroldis Chapman’s stuff?

Maybe this is the reason for big lefty’s control issues.

Aroldis Chapman still can’t find the zone

Since his return, Aroldis Chapman has had trouble locating, yanking a concerning amount of his pitches.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Giancarlo Stanton (7/10)

Stanton was a shoe-in for a Fenway home run.

It’s the fastball, stupid: Dissecting Taillon’s struggles

Trying to find a solution for the righty’s recent struggles.

Loáisiga can have a huge impact on the Yankees’ bullpen

The Yankees’ reliever is on his way back from shoulder inflammation and is nearing a return.

On potential Yankees innings limits and internal options

With upcoming limitations possible for Severino and Cortes, the Yankees will have to rely upon options like Germán, Schmidt, and Sears.

The data behind Matt Carpenter’s resurgence

The Yankee slugger’s batted profile looks better than it ever has.

Hope on the horizon for Aaron Hicks

Aaron Hicks has made adjustments on the left side to start hitting with authority.