4 Reasons To Be Concerned About The New York Yankees From Spring Training

4 Reasons To Be Concerned About The New York Yankees From Spring Training Yankees USATSI_9912850-640x472 Gary Sanchez MLB
Mar 2, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez (24) high fives New York Yankees infielder Greg Bird (33) after his two run home run in the fourth inning of the spring training game against the Baltimore Orioles at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

Things have been excellent so far this spring for the New York Yankees, however, there are a few things that might concern some fans.

With 16 more games left in spring training, the New York Yankees are once again giving the fans a taste of success. Coasting behind young talent and a 13-5 record, the Yankees have impressed so far.

It’s so easy to look past any negatives when the Yankees are right at the top of the Grapefruit League standings. However, as great as things are going, there are still some things that are going wrong for the Yankees.


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I don’t mean to be the negative Nancy here, but someone has to do it. It’s better to do it now than realize down the line that the Yankees have some things they need to work on. While their record is impressive, not everything is perfect in Yankee land.

While there have been impressive performances by young prospects, there have also been hits galore for the pinstripes. There has been a lot to cheer for this spring.

Now, we are going to take a look at what Yankees fans should be concerned about based on this spring training. However, despite these worries, it’s still early. They will most likely be able to figure it all out.

4 Reasons To Be Concerned About The New York Yankees From Spring Training Yankees USATSI_9912850-640x472 Gary Sanchez MLB4 Reasons To Be Concerned About The New York Yankees From Spring Training Yankees USATSI_9912850-640x472 Gary Sanchez MLB

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