Blame it entirely on being homesick because once the Yankees got back to the Bronx on Friday night the team came back to life.
Beating the AL Central first place Minnesota Twins for two of three games, the Yankees, as a group, looked determined and nothing was going to stop them.
The Yankees continue this difficult period in their agenda by welcoming the hated Red Sox to town for two games.
The Red Sox are in fourth place, behind the surprisingly competitive Toronto Blue Jays. These two games are the Yankees to take, and helps them training for the games that follow.
After the Red Sox, the most crucial wins for the Yankees come Wednesday and Thursday, with the arrival of the Tampa Bay Rays.
As a Yankees fan, I am sick and tired of hearing about the Tampa Bay Rays.
No denying the Rays are a formidable team. They currently lead the Yankees in the AL East standings and retain young, mega-talented players all around. Continue reading ‘Yankees Test Starts Wednesday’ »