The Yankees’ outfielder is still showing an elite ability to draw walks, but not much else. Should he start losing playing time?
Once a strength, the infielder has had trouble hitting non-fastballs, and hasn’t quite hit the way he made us expect him to.
Tonight’s starter has already shut down the Yankees and been lit up by the Yankees in this young season.
Was the combination of signing Marwin Gonzalez and DFA’ing Tyler Wade an upgrade or simply a sidegrade?
Donaldson’s results at the plate have been solid, but the process has been even better.
The former Cleveland All-Star joined New York on a minor league deal.
The veteran outfielder is walking his way to a good season.
The starters haven’t been going very deep, but there’s generally been perfectly good reasons for it.
Last season’s "sticky stuff" fixation centered unfairly around Gerrit Cole. In the aftermath of the crackdown, Cole’s numbers show that he is still elite.
No. 99 leads the league in missed called strikes below the zone. Sound familiar?
The offense goes cold when guys stop punishing mistakes.
Launching the ball to the pull side has always been Judge’s power unlock.
ZiPS has adjusted its expectations for the Yankees early in the 2022 season.
Yankees relievers held the potent Toronto lineup to just three earned runs across their first seven head-to-head contests.
The speed with which Jamo has integrated the pitch into his repertoire is impressive.
The former MVP is finding his form on the field once again.
Judge and Stanton are walking at career-low rates, but it might be leading to some positive developments.
The young hurler has all the upside in the world.