New York Post | Zach Brasiller: Gleyber Torres was not good in his first full 12 months because the Yankees’ shortstop, however it’s most likely not time to push the panic button. An outdated good friend is obtainable in free company within the type of Didi Gregorius, however he doesn’t see the Yankees being . Gregorius expressed confidence in Torres after the tough 12 months, saying he’s the “future” at shortstop in New York. As for Didi’s subsequent cease, he’s down for staying in Philadelphia, however is open to all choices.
SNY | Andy Martino: The Yankees are reportedly attempting to maintain their payroll beneath $210 million subsequent 12 months to keep away from paying the luxurious tax. This might undoubtedly make the workforce worse, as they’d most likely should say goodbye to 2 of DJ LeMahieu, Masahiro Tanaka and Zack Britton and wouldn’t have a ton of leftover funds for changing the opposite two. In fact, the a technique round that is by offloading different extra money. Martino speculates that Adam Ottavino, Gary Sánchez or Aroldis Chapman could possibly be flipped to clear house.
NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: Aaron Boone is a reasonably adaptable man, so it’s not stunning that he accepted a lot of the new MLB rule adjustments this 12 months. In an interview on MLB Community Radio with Jim Bowden, Boone stated he favored getting a runner on second base in additional innings, hopes that the common DH stays within the league subsequent 12 months, and even stated that the seven-inning doubleheaders “made sense” for the distinctive 2020 season. The one rule he didn’t like? The three-batter minimal for aid pitchers. Boone most popular with the ability to go batter-to-batter out of the bullpen and expressed hope that the rule adjustments again to the outdated means.