I hope you're right.
We can only evaluate what he has been and speculate on what he will be.
No one's criticizing the trade.
Looking at the June schedule, the Yanks play 27 games - 15 at home. IMO, a pivotal month that could determine what course they take for the remainder
So, we're taking reports from the Post as gospel truth and discounting a report from the News
They both have their sources. It's
Ideally Cashman would be trading Chapman and Miller: leveraging the Cubs, Nationals, Dodgers and even the Mets against one another.
Still one of the better Yankee story lines thus far. I'm guessing he winds up with 20+ HRs, about 70 RBI, and hits close to .300 while playing a pretty
IMO we are beginning to see the maturation of an eventual #3 starter in Eovaldi. He is light years ahead of Pineda in the area of development, showing