This isn’t about Giancarlo Stanton’s injury or Matt Carpenter’s, even though those both hurt the Yankees plenty. This isn’t just the injury to Michael King, even though losing King — it’s what the Yankees do, by the way, they send one reliever after another to the IL — hurt the bullpen a lot. This isn’t about Luis Severino, as much as the Yankees continue to look at him as some kind of Max Scherzer in waiting, when they’re once again waiting for him to get healthy. Everybody has injuries. Ask the Mets about that.
The Yankees right now aren’t doing anything well enough to win their first World Series since 2009. That includes pitching. But then it has been years since the Yankees had enough pitching to win it all.
When they were getting out to that blazing 44-16…
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