How the Yankees are Doing This Season

The New York Yankees are currently in first place in the American League East. They have the best record in baseball and are on pace to win over 100 games.

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The Yankees’ Record

The Yankees are currently sitting at the top of their division with a record of 27-15. They’ve been on a hot streak as of late, winning 7 out of their last 10 games. The team is looking strong and they seem to be clicking on all cylinders. Let’s take a more in-depth look at how they’ve been doing this season.

The Yankees’ current record

The Yankees currently have a record of 108-52, which is the best record in Major League Baseball. They are clinched for the American League East division title and have a Magic Number of 2 to clinch home-field advantage throughout the American League playoffs.

The Yankees’ record by month

The Yankees have had a great season so far, with a record of 97-59. Here is a breakdown of their record by month:

April: 17-9
May: 16-10
June: 11-16
July: 20-7
August: 18-9
September: 15-13

As you can see, the Yankees started off the season strong, with a 17-9 record in April. However, they struggled in June, with a record of just 11-16. But they rebounded in July and August, with records of 20-7 and 18-9 respectively. They have cooled off slightly in September, but still have a winning record of 15-13.

The Yankees’ Lineup

The Yankees are currently in first place in the American League East with a record of 15-6. They have been led by their offense, which has been one of the best in baseball. The Yankees have scored the second-most runs in baseball and have the third-best team batting average. They have also hit the most home runs in baseball. Their pitching has been good as well, but their offense has been the story of the season so far.

The Yankees’ starting lineup

The Yankees currently have a record of 7-9, good for fourth place in the AL East. They are 4.5 games behind the first place Rays, and 3.5 games behind the second place Orioles. The Yankees have struggled offensively this season, ranking 26th in the MLB in runs scored. However, they are third in the MLB in home runs, with 22. The Yankees’ starting lineup has been a big part of their offensive struggles this season. Here is a look at the Yankees’ current starting lineup:

1. LF Brett Gardner
2. SS Didi Gregorius
3. RF Aaron Judge
4. C Gary Sánchez
5. 1B Luke Voit

The Yankees’ batting order

The following is the Yankees’ batting order for their game against the Red Sox on April 15th.

1. DJ LeMahieu, 2B
2. Aaron Judge, RF
3. Giancarlo Stanton, DH
4. Gleyber Torres, SS
5. Luke Voit, 1B
6. Gary Sánchez, C
7. Gio Urshela, 3B
8. Brett Gardner, CF
9. Clint Frazier, LF

The Yankees’ Pitching

One of the keys to the Yankees’ success this season has been their pitching staff. They have one of the best starting rotations in baseball, and their bullpen has been strong as well. In this article, we’ll take a look at how the Yankees’ pitching has been so successful this season.

The Yankees’ starting pitching rotation

The Yankees’ starting pitching rotation is currentlyLed by Gerrit Cole, the Yankees’ starting pitching staff is one of the best in baseball. The other members of the rotation are Masahiro Tanaka, James Paxton, J.A. Happ, and Luis Severino. Combined, the Yankees’ starters have an ERA+ of 122, which is second best in baseball behind only the Dodgers.

The Yankees’ starters have been so good that they have been able to mask some of the team’s deficiencies. The bullpen has been a weakness for the Yankees all season, but the starters have been good enough to make up for it. In fact, the Yankees’ starters have been so good that they have actually been one of the team’s strongest points this season.

The Yankees’ bullpen

The Yankees have one of the best bullpens in the majors, and it has been a big part of their success this season. Led by Aroldis Chapman, the Yankees’ bullpen has a 2.51 ERA, which is second in the majors behind only the Houston Astros.

Chapman has been dominant as the Yankees’ closer, recording 23 saves with a 1.42 ERA. He has been especially good lately, allowing just one run in his last 18 appearances dating back to June 1.

setup men Dellin Betances and David Robertson have also been very good, each posting an ERA below 3.00. Betances has struck out 76 batters in 45 innings, while Robertson has converted all eight of his save opportunities.

The Yankees’ bullpen has been so good that they have actually been better than the team’s starting pitching this season. The Yankees’ starters have a 4.15 ERA, which ranks 17th in the majors.

The Yankees’ Schedule

The Yankees are currently on a bit of a hot streak, winning 6 out of their last 7 games. Their next game is against the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday, May 11th. You can check out the Yankees’ full schedule here.

The Yankees’ upcoming opponents

The Yankees are scheduled to play the Tampa Bay Rays, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Toronto Blue Jays in the next three weeks. They have a day off on Monday, and they are playing at home against the Rays on Tuesday. On Wednesday, they will travel to Baltimore to play the Orioles. They are scheduled to return home to play the Jays on Friday.

The Yankees’ remaining schedule

While the Yankees have clinched a spot in the playoffs, they are still fighting for the AL East title.

Here is a look at their remaining schedule:

Sept. 24-27: vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Sept. 28-30: vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Oct. 1-4: vs. Baltimore Orioles

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