The good and the bad of the New York Yankees: Week 4

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April did not end in a pretty way for the New York Yankees. The only victory they were able to salvage was when Nathan Eovaldi took a no hitter into the seventh inning. It seems the only way this anemic offense can win is if the starting pitcher doesn’t allow a hit.

The hardest thing I ever had to do as a writer was remove my fandom from my duties of being fair in my analysis. It was one of the reasons my first gig in sports writing — covering the Yankees at YGY — became tiresome, especially when the team went through slumps. It’s one thing to be a homer and root for “your guys” to do well, but it’s delusional to sit their and think that “your guys” are the best at what they do simply because they are in pinstripes.

Thinking that Chase Headley is even a…

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