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If there’s one constant in Milwaukee, it’s that pitching remains forever fickle, and there was no better proof than the 2019 season.
The choice has been made, and it’s a welcomed one.
Between injuries, poor performance and new faces, the Phillies bullpen has been anything but consistent in 2019. Hector Neris has been the exception.
Things have gone from bad to worse for Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder Odubel Herrera in 2019—but the implications for his team and teammates are also far-reaching.
There’s no denying that the Yankees have been the feel good story of the 2019 season.
Since David Stearns arrived in Milwaukee, he’s made a clear and conscious effort to prove that he loves stacking players up the middle and for good reason. But that hasn’t stopped a black hole from forming behind the mound.
The New York Yankees want to take the next step in 2019, and there was only one place to start this offseason: the starting rotation.
The overall view of the 2018 New York Yankees just depends on who you talk to.
Heading into the Trade Deadline, the New York Yankees boasted the second-best record in all of baseball. When you’re more than halfway through the season, that usually proves upgrades are few and far between. General Manager Brian Cashman realized this. …