[Updated July 10, 2020] From Atlantic City to Bermuda to way out West, the New York Yankees have an interesting itinerary of springtime travels.
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The amateur draft selections by the New York Yankees in the 1990’s mirrored the play of the team itself. As the team went from worst to first within the span of 5 seasons, the draft proved to be a bumpy ride as well. Here we break down the top picks from 1990 to 1999, and see how they turned out. Some are headed to the Hall of Fame, others not so much.
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Much like our beloved New York Yankees of late, we’ll be checking out for a bit. As the summer of 2018 winds down before Labor Day Weekend, Moiderer’s Row will be on a brief hiatus and we’ll see you in time for the pivotal series in Oakland starting on September 3rd. Enjoy these waning days of summer, and let’s go Yankees!
The Yankees need to wrap up their 4-game series with Texas today on a high note, as the Red Sox refuse to lose and the top Wild Card slot is no sure thing. Check out our Draft Kings cheatsheet for today’s contest.
With Masahiro Tanaka on the hill, the Yankees are looking for their 5th straight win as they take on the Texas Rangers in game 2 of their 4-game series. Mike Minor goes for Texas as New York tries to hold the line or lower Boston’s 8.5 game lead in the AL East. Check out our Draft Kings tips for tonight’s contest.
Our apologies, no fantasy cheatsheet this evening, but we’ll be back early tomorrow with the game 2 matchups between the Yanks and Rangers. Here’s to a solid outing from James Anthony Happ and an evening of potent offense from the Yankees. And all the luck in the world to the Toronto Blue Jays, they’re going to need it.