Ace In Sight
In what seems to be a long waiting period, the Yankees rotation will be seeing a familiar face in the most pivotal time of the season. After being sidelined with right-shoulder inflammation and then later a strained lat, Yankees Ace Luis Severino is schedule to make his season debut against the Angels early next week.
The Biggest Question About The Yankees
During my weekly appearance on Keyes Two the City, I posed a question that stumped everyone. Before I share it, let me set it up.
The Yankees starting rotation stinks, the bullpen is shaky at times, and they strike out too much. They have faced an unprecedented number of injuries, and were forced to use a lineup featuring Cameron Maybin, Mike Tauchman and Gio Urshela (all previous MLB busts) way more than anyone would have imagined.
Here’s What The Yankees Post-Season Outfield Will Be
Currently the outfielders are some of the bigger impact players on the Yankees roster, but let’s be honest, there are way too many for the Yankees to keep moving forward! Including those on the IL (Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Hicks), the Yankees have seven outfielders. Of course, the amount of injuries this year is the reason for seeing so many outfielders, but with the post-season around the corner, some cuts need to be made.