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Yankees Analysis

Oswaldo Cabrera’s slugging woes stem from issues with the fastball

The Yankees’ utilityman has gotten worse at hitting velocity and that’s not a particularly promising development.

Michael King and all the reasons he should start in 2024

Michael King has made it clear that he must be a major part of the Yankees’ plans in 2024.

Oswaldo Cabrera’s lefty lash: loose, laggy, late

The second-year utility man has serious swing issues from the left side.

Carlos Rodón’s problems are subtle — but fixable

Despite a terrible debut year in pinstripes, a bounce-back is easily imaginable for the lefty.

How Clarke Schmidt can nail down a rotation spot in 2024

His struggles in two-strike counts are holding him back from being an above-average starter.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: DJ LeMahieu

LeMahieu continued his hot streak into Boston.

What was behind Luke Weaver’s seven-strikeout Yankees debut?

The depth add could have some staying power.

Yankees Sequence of the Week: Better Brito in bullpen

The rookie has delivered promising results in a multi-inning role recently.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Giancarlo Stanton (9/10)

Stanton needs to show some signs of promise down the stretch of the season.

Location, location, location: Carlos Rodón’s fastball isn’t quite right

The high-priced lefty has seen his heater go from stunningly effective to a huge thorn in his side.

Wells has impressed Yankees with his glove, but questions remain

Several Yankees teammates and coaches have praised Wells’ game-calling ability and work rate.

On Volpe’s chances of a Gold Glove 2023

We look at recent shortstop data to uncover Volpe’s chances of taking home a Gold Glove as a rookie.

Yankees Sequence of the Week: Michael King fools El Mago

With a wealth of success in the bullpen, could the Yankees consider giving him another shot at starting?

LeMahieu School of Hitting has been back in session lately

DJ has his opposite-field swagger and precise lower-half mechanics back, which portends well for the future.

Breaking down Domínguez and Wells’ MLB debuts

Both September call-ups landed hits in their first big league trips to the plate.

What is Michael King’s upside as a starter?

The righty has neutralized lefties this year, but will that skill carry over?

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Gleyber Torres (8/29)

Torres’ moonshot home run against Tarik Skubal is worth reliving.

Harrison Bader may have chased his way out of New York

As the center fielder reaches career lows and gets placed on waivers, his future becomes uncertain.

Yankees Sequence of the Week: Luis Severino finds his fastball

How Sevy got his groove back — or at least, his ability to throw a strike with the heater.

Tommy Kahnle’s crumbling cambio

The reliever’s bread-and-butter has been letting him down lately.

Randy Vásquez’s curveball is the key to his surprising success

We’re all looking for some silver linings, and Vásquez has shown enough to deserve a few more looks.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Anthony Volpe (8/11)

Volpe’s progress at the plate is starting to turn into improved outcomes.

It’s time for the Yankees to think about 2024

Shutting down some injured stars and giving some prospects regular playing time should be part of the agenda for the next month and a half

Was DJ LeMahieu’s hot streak sustainable?

Even if a calf injury doesn’t sideline the infielder, we should be skeptical of his recent heater.

What can the Yankees possibly do with Luis Severino at this point?

It might be a lost year for the right-hander, but it seems clear a role change won’t change that.

Billy McKinney’s laser show

The outfielder is working against modern trends and spraying line drives all over the field.

Yankees At-Bat of the Week: Giancarlo Stanton (8/3)

After years of struggles against Cristian Javier, Giancarlo Stanton finally made him pay.

On Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s resurgence in the mind of Yankees fans

Last year’s starting shortstop and punching bag of the fanbase has turned into somewhat of a fan-favorite in 2023, and that’s awesome.

Yankees Sequence of the Week: Carlos Rodón can’t buy a whiff

A sliver of what’s plagued the Yankees’ marquee free agent acquisition.

Gerrit Cole may finally be in line for his first Cy Young

Cole is dominating per usual, but this could at last be the year he takes home pitching’s highest honor.

Jake Bauers is carving out a role for himself

The sample size is getting bigger, and Bauers keeps improving his approach.

On Nestor’s encouraging return to the rotation

Cortes shut down the Astros across four innings in his first start since May 30th.