The starting lineup finished the spring with a whimper, but not without bright spots
Yankees Spring Training
With under 48 hours until Opening Day, the very back of the Yankees’ roster is in flux.
Schmidt struck out seven in his last tuneup ahead of the regular season.
The Yankees’ bullpen comes into clearer focus.
Aaron Judge also seems keyed in for the start of real baseball.
The Yankees came to play Saturday against the reigning NL champs.
It has been a spring to forget for the Yankees, whose pitching plans are now near total haywire.
Despite a pair of early three-run homers, the Yankees fell to Baltimore in walk-off fashion.
The Yankees have their ace ready for Opening Day, and a top prospect who’s continuing to impress.
The former top prospect has made some improvements on his game and is trying to break camp with the team.
In his second start since his early spring injury, Nasty Nestor’s stuff looked quite ready for Opening Day.
There wasn’t much going until late in this one for the Yanks.
The Yankees got some decent perfromances out of players that have struggled so far this spring.
New York dropped a Sunday spring matinee to the O’s at home in Tampa.
Nestor Cortes looked good at times but had a rough final statline in his first game action of the spring.
The Yankees’ backend starter had a nightmare outing in Lakeland, surrendering four dingers to the Tigers.
The Yankees starter turned in one of the most dominant performances of the spring so far, but the bullpen couldn’t hold on.
There was plenty of offense on Wednesday afternoon in Tampa.
Top prospect Oswald Peraza sparkled as the offense flexed its muscles early.
As always, the Yankees’ pitching development is looking quite promising, and that’s not all.
Luis Severino turned in four innings of two-run ball, and Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s homer propelled the Yanks to a road W.
It was a decent day for some Bombers, but suspect middle relief led to a spring loss.
Cole struck out seven as the Yankees fell to St. Louis.
The Bombers rode a six-run second to another easy victory over the Pirates.
Seven players were sent out from the Yankees’ MLB camp.