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March 1st Camp Notes: Green, Severino, Kaprielian, Shortstop
Your browser does not support iframes.The Yankees improved to 6-1 this spring with a win over the Braves earlier tonight. Jacoby Ellsbury had a big game, going 2-for-2 with a homer, a double, and a hit-by-pitch. (He’s fine.) Starlin Castro and Austin Romine each had two hits while Matt Holliday and Aaron Judge each had […] The post March 1st Camp Not...

Spring Training Game Thread: Dellin’s Spring Debut
For the first time this year, the Yankees are playing a game under the lights. Tonight is their first night game of Grapefruit League play — they have another night game tomorrow — though at least they didn’t have to travel anywhere. This is a home game in Tampa against the Braves. Dellin Betances, who […] The post Spring Training Game Thread: De...

Which Yankees would make the best two-way players?
For the first time in what feels like forever, MLB is on the verge of having a true two-way player. That’s right, the same person as a pitcher and position player on a semi-regular basis. Christian Bethancourt, to this point almost exclusively a catcher for the Padres, is in spring training splitting his time between […] The post Which Yankees would make th...

Coming off shoulder surgery, Greg Bird’s spring home runs do mean a little something
The theme for the Yankees early this Spring Training is home runs. They’ve hit a lot of dingers. Eleven in six games, to be exact. No team has hit more. I really hope this trend continues during the regular season. For now, I’ll enjoy it while it lasts in February and March. Tuesday afternoon projected […] The post Com...

The Long-Term Future in Center Field
This is an exciting time to be a Yankees fan. The big league team might not be any good this season, and frankly they haven’t been all that good over the last four years anyway, but at least now the farm system is loaded and there are a ton of quality young players in the […] The post The Long-Term Future in Center Field appeared first on



 

 
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