Don’t pull that ripcord just yet. Yes, the Yankees had a dreadful April, and while losing is not something we’re accustomed to as Yankees fans, I wouldn’t start thinking about the 2017 season just yet.
The Yankees ended April in the cellar of the always competitive AL East, with a W/L record of just 8-14, which is far from acceptable amongst Yankee fans. The lack of scoring and run support resulted in 8 losses when allowing 5 runs or less, 3 of which the opposition was held to 3 or less. They’ve lost their last 4 in a row, concluding April with an embarrassing 8-0 loss at the hands of the rival Boston Red Sox.
April was only slightly kinder in Yankee Stadium than it was on the road, with the Yankees going 5-7 in The Bronx, while 3-7 on the road. Generally poor hitting and the inability to…
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