Yankees News And Notes: What They’re Saying On Twitter

A Yogism that still holds in 2020

The Yankees are a popular source of entertainment on Twitter these days. Here’s a collection to keep you awake during the game tonight.

The Yankees are always a source of fodder on Twitter, but in recent days it’s been kicked up a notch given the teams cascading drop into ruin.

Here’s a sample for you of facts and opinions about the team’s struggle.

Yankees haters will love it, while Yankees fans will cringe, and yet hold on believing as the players do – Hey, it ain’t over til it’s over.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer

“We’re frustrated, and the guys are pissed off. We have to put in a little bit more pressure to get going here.” —Aaron Boone on the Yankees dropping 3 out of 4 to the Orioles, and having lost 13 of their last 18 games.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer

Gary Sánchez’s 48 strikeouts in 32 games are the third-most through a player’s first 32 games of a season in Yankees franchise history, behind Giancarlo Stanton (51 in 2018) and Tyler Austin (52 in 2018), according to ESPN Stats and Info.

Chris Dixon @cdixon25

Brian Cashman isn’t getting fired. Hal Steinbrenner isn’t going to fire a guy who shares his operational philosophy. At most, Aaron Boone would be a fall guy, but that is a stretch. If the #Yankees fall short, they’ll blame the injuries and weird season, and move onto 2021


Gerrit Cole was asked about the mood in the #Yankees‘ clubhouse last night. “Not happy. I don’t mean to be short, but not happy.”


Since winning 16 of their first 22 games, the #Yankees have lost 10 of 14.


Aaron Boone has to stop saying he saw “good” things after a loss like that. It was a horrific performance against #Mets #Yankees


Author: stevecontursi

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