Stay calm and hold on?
Nah, who worked for Aaron Boone last year, his maiden flight manager faced a predicted iceberg – at 9-9 records at the goal – that he and his team managed to escape with relative ease.
around, however, given the fact that it was already in the young season of the Yankees, their ever-relaxed skipper must fold different management skills.
With 11 players on the list of victims (they did more than their share to publicize the rebranding of the former list of people with disabilities, is not it?), The Yankees no longer act as elephants in the MLB's room. As they demonstrated their nervous, 8-4 win over Baltimore on Thursday evening in the Oriol Park at the Camden Yards opening, they probably could not move through many American League tankers since they are currently being built. their current design for a while will not change. What puts on Boone, zen master, is even more responsible for the master of chess.
"We probably have boys who bring a high-speed element and put the game in the game, and even boys who can use the game in their favor," Boone said on Thursday, before the game began, when He was asked if the offensive approach would change in the light of many injuries.
"This enters the game a little more than we would have traditionally had when we have all our boys, of course, but I do not know if something turns over, the approach- wise. You look at what guys are, and you are trying to take advantage of this. "
Already with the team on average modest four steps in the game, where the 9th league through the action of Thursday, Boone collided with him. several questions about his deployment of healthy staff. Not only for the crime, but also for his calls to the bullpen, since the Yankees often found that they stretch and lead small fields
. Last Sunday, 5-7 in Orions in the eighth inning, Boone chose Stefan Tarpley for one newborn Levy and another, although veterans Zack Britton and Aldis Chapman warmed up. Tharpley continued to give up homer Joe Ricardo, whom he could have escaped after Altiy Bettil hit Baltimore Chris Davis. Boone, quoted, made some sense. Not walking with Ricard to go after Davis, which is now 0 to 1
Then came the Thursday. After the second day guru of Gleyber Torres hit three runs, Yankees got 5-4 edges in the top of the sixth, Boone went to Tommy Kahnle, the oldest task on the right for a long time, with one exit and one at the bottom of the inning. Kahnle went to Joshua Sucre and lagged behind Richie Martin, 3rd and 1, and then induced the inning end, a 6-4-3 double game. Kahnle continued the perfect seventh step.
"We were not going to someone else there," Boone said, once again correctly keeping the bullpen weapons for a long time. "… I hope this is a real confidence for him."
Maybe for Boone, who unmistakably called into question the dubious challenges of the AL Division Series last year's program to Red Sox. Who never met a less talented list than one he has now. Who will have to raise him, like his healthy players, for the Yankees to go through this unpredictable rocky terrain.