Buster Olney Thinks The Yankees Could Be In Trouble [AUDIO]
The New York Yankees are coming off a feel-good win over the Toronto Blue Jays. The young guys stepped up with 21-year-old Deivi Garcia pitching seven innings of two-run ball and 23-year-old Gleyber Torres hitting a home run with four RBIs. So it's easy to forget that makes the Yankees 3 - 7 in their last 10 games. So what's the problem and more importantly how long will it take to fix it? ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney tells us if he believes this terrible patch of games can be fixed fast or mean big problems for the future of the Yankees.
It's no secret that catcher Gary Sanchez hasn't lived up to General Manager Brian Cashman's expectations but could the Yankees really move on from Sanchez? We all love outfielder Aaron Judge but the saying "the best ability is availability" is why he could be in jeopardy. The big guy is almost always hurt so could the Yankees decide to not make resigning him a priority or even move on from Judge? Listen to Buster's thoughts about these issues as well as how the New York Mets being bought by Steve Cohen could make fixes the Yankees issues even more difficult thanks to Roland J Down Service Experts heating, plumbing, air conditioning ask about the Advantage Program.