The Yankees offense officially disappeared in August

Aaron Judge #99 of the New York Yankees swings his bat before walking to first base during the third inning against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park on August 10, 2022 in Seattle, Washington.
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It’s curious how the team with the second-best record in the American League could be among the worst in the junior circuit over the past few weeks.

new York Yankees 72-45, but have dropped 11 of their last 14 matches.

It is unbelievable how such a good team forgot to play the ball for three months.

To be honest, he has been badly hit by injuries, especially in his bullpen.

reducers Chad Green And Michael King are lost to the weather, while Jonathan Loaisiga, Aroldis Chapman, clay homes, ron marinacioAnd other prominent names are currently on the injured list or were recently on it.

starter louis saverino Currently out too.

Perhaps a bigger issue is the pathetic performance from offense in recent games.

“Yankees last 7 games: 9 runs, 35 hits. This is the first time in franchise history that the Yankees have had a 7-game stretch with 9 or fewer runs and 35 or fewer hits,” tweeted MLB statistician Katie Sharp did.

A Franchise-Worst Vibe

The fact that the Yankees have not committed such a crime in their entire history speaks loudly about the extent of their struggles.

In their last seven appearances, they have been scoring barely more than one run per game.

Who can expect to win the match by scoring just one run?

The Yankees are currently fielding a lot of aggressive liabilities: Aaron Hicks, Miguel Anduzari, Isiah Kinner-Falefaand also Josh Donaldson He is batting way more than he currently deserves.

The organization finally took a step in the right direction by calling Infield Prospect oswaldo cabrera,

However more steps are needed.

Can the Yankees start winning before it’s too late?

This will largely depend on whether the crime can resume or not.

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