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Arbitration Estimates and the $189M “Goal”

Matt Swartz’ arbitration projection series on MLB Trade Rumors is always fascinating to follow, but never has it been so intriguing until now for Yankees’ fans with the $189M budget in limbo. The Yankees’ edition of the series was released on Tuesday, and … Continue reading

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The 2013 Yankees infield: a terrible revolving door

Due to a combination of injury and ineptitude, the Yankees had a very fluid roster 2013. In a constant effort to find upgrades on the cheap, they cycled through droves of fringy players, hoping some of them would stick. With … Continue reading

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Is Nunez running out of time?

I wasn’t expecting much out of Eduardo Nunez‘ bat this season, given his minor league performance and limited time at the major league level. Rather, like everyone else, I was much more concerned about his defense. But it’s getting to … 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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The Utility Infielder Competition

We’ve already profiled some of the non-roster invitees at Spring training, and also broken down the starting catcher battle. Today, let’s evaluate the suitors for the utility infield position. The candidates aren’t all that great, but then again, this is … Continue reading

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