The defensive metrics don’t exactly love Rizzo’s glove this year, but they don’t really tell the whole story.
Clarke Schmidt has added separation between his slider and curveball, giving him two distinct strikeout weapons.
Two key Yankees have bounced back at the plate in 2022
The Yankees are getting remarkable length and performances out of their starters, and the benefits stretch well beyond just the staff.
The right-hander is having a career year as he picks the right spots to use his repertoire, and locating it well.
Even without getting many strikeouts, the left-hander is doing an excellent job of shutting down his opponents.
Forthcoming Rule-5 eligibility and minor league options play a role in determining prospects to market.
The Yankees’ offseason tweaks have turned the hot corner from a weakness into a strength.
If Keuchel is willing to accept a bullpen role, should the Yankees pick him up with all the recent injuries?
With offensive and defensive improvements, the Yankees infielder has bounced back nicely after two down years.
He’s better than Kyle Higsahioka in just about every department.
The two pitches form a lethal pairing capable of striking out any hitter.
What do you value in a pitching line?
Yankees manager Aaron Boone says he will "likely" start tomorrow, but even after that, he has done more than enough to stick around.
Michael King and Clay Holmes are prime examples of harnessing seam-shifted wake.
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.