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7 bold predictions for Yankees -Astros ALCS. Game 2: Verlander gets back on track, Gurriel breaks it open Back on his normal five -day routine, with wife Kate Upton and boyhood hero Nolan Ryan both cheering him on, Justin Verlander is at his "Raging Bull" best, with a fastball touching 97 mph and a
In preparation for the series, we have assembled five bold predictions . 4. Yankees bullpen runs out of gas. Perhaps the most underrated takeaway from the Yankees ' sweep over Minnesota was their bullpen was Will Theo Epstein trade Kris Bryant (or a different big name) before the 2020 season?
For thethe last few offseasons have been somewhat bland. No Patrick Corbin, no , no , no notable free agents. However, things could change over the winter. The moves, or lack thereof, could dictate the performance of the 2020 Yankees. With the regular season starting in four months, here are five bold predictions for the season.
5.and will be traded
These two young players have had key moments with the Yankees, both good and bad. They seem to have major league bats and have proven they can hit at this level. That said, both of their performances with the glove haven’t been impressive in any way.
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With Opening Day just one day away, here are 10 bold predictions for the 2019 season, with the emphasis on the local teams here in New York. In a move that was expected, the Yankees have declined the million option on Edwin Encarnacion for the 2020 season, making him a free agent.
In trying to predict what the Yankees might do this off-season, only one question really matters for a team that is loaded in so many areas In a move that was expected, the Yankees have declined the million option on Edwin Encarnacion for the 2020 season, making him a free agent.
cost the Yanks a whopping -25 runs in 2018, and Frazier has cost -13 since 2017. Neither have a clear future in pinstripes, either. has seemed to have played his way to be the starting third baseman moving forward. His defense is significantly better than that of Andujar’s, and their offensive numbers are similar. is in a tough situation as well. , , , and are all ahead of him on the roster. Plus, New York’s may be major league ready soon in Estevan Florial. Don’t be surprised if Brian Cashman trades Andujar and Frazier before the start of the season.
4.is shipped to the Bronx
The Yankees declined’ qualifying offer, thus making him a free agent. The team will most likely shift back to his natural position at shortstop and have become the full-time second baseman. But what if they pull off a blockbuster trade for the 25-year-old superstar in ?
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Other than the five players above, prospects like Nestor Cortes and J.P. Feyereisen may receive strong consideration from the Yankees , but there may Fans already looking forward to next season can now place their bets for the 2020 World Series winner. According to DraftKings, the Yankees open with
I trimmed it to five bold predictions last year and went 0-for-5. That’s more like it. Fewer predictions with a greater emphasis on bold. Well, anyway, here are my five hopefully bold enough predictions for the 2019 Yankees , listed in no particular order. We’ll come back and see how I did in a few months.
There have been rumors swirling of Cleveland shopping him around, and the Yanks could be a potential fit.would take an already elite offense to another level. In 2019, he posted a 4.7 bWAR, 32 home runs and a .854 OPS in 143 games. He has also earned three top-10 MVP finishes since 2016. The Yanks wouldn’t have to pay him until 2021 when he hits free agency. It will most likely take a haul to get him, but it would be a price worth paying.
3. The Yankees signto a record-breaking contract
Finally, the news nearly every Yankees fan wants to hear. The entire world knows it is going to take lots and lots of money to getto sign with any team, and the Yankees have the cash.
Even though, the pitching did perform very well in the postseason,would be an incredible boost to the rotation. A rotation fronted by Cole, , and could be debated as the best in the league.
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Eventually, the Yankees will have slowdowns from others in the lineup and it will be necessary for the club to receive a boost from the first baseman in the lineup. Chapman, 31, has million remaining ( million in both 2020 and 2021) on the five -year, million deal he signed with New York before
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has to New York, but said the Yanks need to show him the money. I’m not opposed to paying him, and I’m sure you’re not either. The question comes down to ownership and the front office. Are the willing to make it happen?
2.has an MVP-caliber season
The 22-year-old superstar has displayed his talent at such a young age, and the world took notice during the postseason. He hit .324/.375/.703 in the nine October games the Yankees played in. He has proven that no moment is too big for him and he has the potential to have his best season yet. He’s been an All-Star in both of his two seasons and has yet to reach his fullest potential. Pound-for-pound,may be the best pure hitter on the team. He without a doubt has the highest ceiling being how young he his and could very well put up MVP numbers in 2020.
1. The Yankees win the
For the first time since 2009, the Yankees will hoist the Commissioner's Trophy. They will address the pitching situation and the bats will only get better and most importantly, healthy. If all the predictions above were to come true, New York would probably be a lock for the World Series.
If even one or two of those scenarios were to unfold they would be American League favorites. Will all five predictions happen? Most likely not. That’s why they are bold. Regardless, the Yanks don’t need to make major roster moves to make it to the promised land. But if they’re serious about winning No. 28, they need to buckle down and go for it all.
Bold predictions for Week 13 in college football .
Expect the unexpected in college football each weekend. USA TODAY experts weigh in with their bold predictions for Week 13 of the season.The USA TODAY Sports college football staff — Jace Evans, Paul Myerberg, George Schroeder, Erick Smith, Eddie Timanus and Dan Wolken — weigh in with some bold predictions for Week 13 of the college football season: