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2015 New York Yankees Baseball Thread

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With pitchers and catchers reporting tomorrow, I figured it would be a good time to start the 2015 NYY thread. We can keep track of everything that happens throughout the season here. It's hard to predict the amount of wins for this team with all the question marks, I do think however they can compete for one of the two wild card spots. Good defense, elite bullpen. Let's hope the starting pitching stays healthy and the hitting turns it around. 

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$230 Million just doesn't buy what it used to.

This years payroll is 210 mill, just for the record. Your point is well taken.

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Yankees held a 3rd private workout with Moncada on Thursday. Hal was in attendance.

believe it was Hank not Hal

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Joe Girardi on a potential six-man rotation: “It’s something that we will talk about. As far as having a six-man rotation all the time, no. But if you get into long situations where you play 18 games in a row, could we inject a (sixth starter) to give the guys extra rest. Absolutely.”

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Joe Girardi on a potential six-man rotation: “It’s something that we will talk about. As far as having a six-man rotation all the time, no. But if you get into long situations where you play 18 games in a row, could we inject a (sixth starter) to give the guys extra rest. Absolutely.”

Yankees absolutely should go with a 6 man rotation. There's no way CC and Pineda can survive an entire season pitching every 5 days and they have to be careful with Tanaka's elbow

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Yankees absolutely should go with a 6 man rotation. There's no way CC and Pineda can survive an entire season pitching every 5 days and they have to be careful with Tanaka's elbow

Sounds like a good idea, at least for the month of April.

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Sounds like a good idea, at least for the month of April.

After April they will be forced to go with a 6 man rotation once Nova comes back.

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After April they will be forced to go with a 6 man rotation once Nova comes back.

Theoretically, Nova comes back and Capuano takes over as the long man out of the pen. 

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Yankees absolutely should go with a 6 man rotation. There's no way CC and Pineda can survive an entire season pitching every 5 days and they have to be careful with Tanaka's elbow

 

The problem with the 6 man rotation is you lose a bench or bullpen guy.  The Yankees have an old team so they can't afford to lose a bench guy and I don't see how losing a bullpen pitcher helps them.

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Carlos Beltran has reported early and has been doing a lot of work in the batting cage this winter following elbow surgery. He did say the soreness is worse some days than others. Brian McCann, Gary Sanchez, and the rest of the catchers took batting practice. Didi Gregorius has reported early.

 

Via RAB.

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CC Sabathia regained ten pounds this offseason — “I lost a bunch of weight drastically, pretty quick, two years ago, and kinda was off balance and didn’t know really how my body was working,” he said — and received regular platelet-rich plasma injections in his knee over the winter. He threw his first bullpen of the spring and is “able to go 100% and not feel anything.” 

 

Via RAB. 

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 Former Yankees currently listed as guest instructors for this spring: Eric Chavez, Billy Connors, Goose Gossage, Ron Guidry, Reggie Jackson, Hideki Matsui, Lee Mazzilli, Stump Merrill and Andy Pettitte.

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Final word on Workout 1 goes to Girardi: “There’s a collection of good young arms here. Obviously there’s guys that you’ve seen, but you look at the younger players that we had a chance to look at today. Those are some pretty good arms. And it’s not just from one side. It’s not just right-handed or left-handed, it’s both. And that’s exciting to us.”

 

Via LoHud Yankees Blog.

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DATE START TIME OPPONENT BROADCAST INFO Tuesday, March 3rd 1:05pm ET @ Phillies MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Wednesday, March 4th 1:05pm ET Phillies YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Thursday, March 5th 1:05pm ET @ Pirates   Friday, March 6th 1:05pm ET @ Phillies (ss) MLBN, MLB.tv Friday, March 6th 7:05pm ET Pirates (ss) MLBN Saturday, March 7th 1:05pm ET @ Astros   Sunday, March 8th 1:05pm ET Nationals YES and MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Monday, March 9th 1:05pm ET Rays YES and MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Tuesday, March 10th 1:05pm ET @ Orioles MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Wednesday, March 11th 1:05pm ET Red Sox YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Thursday, March 12th 7:05pm ET Braves YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Friday, March 13th 7:05pm ET @ Red Sox MLBN, MLB.tv Saturday, March 14th 1:05pm ET Tigers (ss) YES, MLB.tv Saturday, March 14th 1:07pm ET @ Blue Jays (ss) MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Sunday, March 15th 1:05pm ET Phillies   Monday, March 16th OFF     Tuesday, March 17th 7:05pm ET Blue Jays YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Wednesday, March 18th 6:05pm ET @ Braves MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Thursday, March 19th 7:05pm ET Phillies YES, MLB.tv Friday, March 20th 1:05pm ET @ Tigers   Saturday, March 21st 1:05pm ET Astros   Sunday, March 22nd 1:10pm ET @ Mets YES, MLB.tv Monday, March 23rd 1:05pm ET @ Nationals MLBN, MLB.tv Tuesday, March 24th 7:05pm ET Tigers YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Wednesday, March 25th 1:05pm ET Mets YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Thursday, March 26th 1:05pm ET @ Rays MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Friday, March 27th 1:05pm ET @ Phillies MLB.tv live, MLBN tape delay Saturday, March 28th 1:05pm ET Orioles YES, MLBN, MLB.tv Sunday, March 29th 1:05pm ET @ Astros   Monday, March 30th OFF     Tuesday, March 31st 1:05pm ET @ Twins MLBN, MLB.tv Wednesday, April 1st 1:05pm ET Rays YES, MLB.tv Thursday, April 2nd 1:05pm ET Pirates (ss) YES, MLB.tv Thursday, April 2nd 1:05pm ET @ Tigers (ss) MLB.tv Friday, March 3rd 1:05pm ET Nationals YES, MLB.tv Saturday, April 4th 1:05pm ET @ Nats (Nats Park) MLB.tv

 

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