The World Series is filled with starting pitchers the Yankees were linked to, from Houston’s Gerrit Cole and Justin Verlander to Washington’s Patrick Corbin. But at general manager Brian Cashman’s …
Brian Cashman said pitching was not the Yankees’ problem in the ALCS. He believes their failures with runners in scoring position are why they are not playing in the World Series.
— Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) October 24, 2019
Mike Tauchman, who has been out since Sept. 8 with a calf strain, is about 85 percent recovered, per Brian Cashman. He's been hitting and running in Tampa. He's eligible for the World Series, if the Yankees advanced and wanted him for that roster.
— James Wagner (@ByJamesWagner) October 17, 2019
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