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Fun with small sample sizes: The worst Yankees offensive seasons of the last 20 years

Last week, I wrote a post highlighting some of the best seasons by a Yankee in a teeny tiny sample size. Today, I’m repeating this exercise for the worst seasons of the last 20 years. From 1994-2013, these Yankees had the … Continue reading

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Brian Cashman’s Free Agency Performance: Outfielders

During this year’s free agency period, Brian Cashman has wasted no time signing top-tier outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. Today, in our final installment of this series, a look at how Cashman has done adding open-market outfielders before Ellsbury … Continue reading

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The 40-Man Chopping Block

As some of the Yankees’ walking wounded inch closer to the active roster, Brian Cashman will be busy creating space for those returning. Considering how many injuries the Yankees have been dealt, there’s going to be a pretty high 40-man … Continue reading

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Optimizing the Yankees’ Lineup Using Platoons

Although opening day is a week away, it’s still pretty unclear what the Yankees’ lineup will look when the season starts. Injuries to Mark Teixeira, Curtis Granderson, and Derek Jeter have left the team with massive holes around the diamond. … Continue reading

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