Wild stuff from Joel Sherman this morning on just how inept the Yankee offense has been from the right side of the plate:
"The Yankees have played 29 games since then [May 22nd], and in that time their righties are hitting .185 with a .241 on-base percentage and a .224 slugging percentage. That is a period of 406 at-bats and zero homers."
It's actually 1 HR, from Mark Teixeira on June 4th, but you get the idea. A .185/.241/.224 batting line in 400+ ABs is hilariously terrible. It's beyond pathetic. It's almost...
Talking about how bad the offensive output has been is starting to enter dead horse territory at this point, but it's one that will continue to be beaten as long as they continue to hit this poorly. Let this serve as another reminder of how much this team needs A-Rod back. If you still think they don't, you're only fooling yourself.
Today on Pinstripe Alley - 4/23/21
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