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Will This Be the New York Yankees 2022 Pitching Rotation?
Will This Be the New York Yankees 2022 Pitching Rotation?
New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone has a ton of time to think about his pitching rotation these days. One problem is, he doesn't know who is doing well coming off of injuries and who is not. Nor does he know who general manager Brian Cashman will be able to add via trade or free agency. As the players are locked out of team facilities, communication between organizational staff and their players is supposed to be non-existent. From everything that I can gather, that is true. So, let's give the manager some help and design a realistic starting five to take the Bombers back to the World Series.
3 Games Will Make a Season for New York Yankees
3 Games Will Make a Season for New York Yankees
They have battled the ups and downs of 156 games of Major League Baseball, played through, hopefully, the back end of a pandemic. They weathered the criticisms of the media, as their $200 million dollar payroll dipped precariously out of the playoff picture. The experts wondered aloud if Hal Steinbrenner would drastically part ways with the steady hand of general manager Brian Cashman. Or, as most think would be the likely outcome, would Aaron Boone take the hit for his underperforming squad? 3 games may answer everyone's questions.
New York Yankees’ Collapse Reflecting Character
New York Yankees’ Collapse Reflecting Character
We have all seen teams collapse like the Yankees have been and unfortunately, they don't turn it around too easily. Teams that continuously blow leads seem to play the game scared. Anyone remember the collapse of the 2007 New York Mets? They had a 7 game lead in the National League East with 17 games to play. If your dugout is afraid that the game is going to fall apart, then it probably will.
Yankees Reset for Second Half Run
Yankees Reset for Second Half Run
Nothing says "run and hide" for a Major League manager like a nice bullpen meltdown on the last day before the All Star break, when your star studded team, projected to win the American League East, sits 8 games behind your arch rival. Ouch. Many managers have been dismissed "during the break" for similar credentials. Aaron Boone is lucky to have the steady hand of Brian Cashman behind him, for now.