In addition to the New York Yankees They’ve played wonderfully in the month of August (they are 15-4 in their first 19 games), some players are having an unsatisfying month.
The left-handed first baseman Anthony Rizzo (.495 OPS), the versatile Venezuelan Rougned Odor (.579 OPS), the left-handed reliever Zack Britton (4.50 ERA, 1,500 WHIP) and left-handed starter Andrew Heaney (6.55 ERA in four starts). Rizzo and Heaney don’t have much at the club.
Manager Aaron Boone is well known for finding a glimmer of light during the team’s tough times, but does he do the opposite when the Yankees are seemingly catching up? So he said:
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Certainly, we are always looking at that. I would like to think that there are not many changes from my point of view, whether we are going through a big stretch, fighting a bit or holding the water, whatever it is. I try to see things honestly and make honest evaluations about things. Certainly, I think the way we are playing and the results we are getting match. I am encouraged by where we are as a club and slowly but surely we are getting a little healthier, more people potentially coming into play. That’s exciting.”.
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