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- New York Yankees Pick & Prediction: Under 91.5
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The New York Yankees came into the 2021 MLB season with high expectations, but fell short of those expectations when they lost in the Wild Card game in the American League. This year, they come in with high expectations once again, but questions about whether or not this roster is capable of outperforming some of the elite teams in the American League in October, when the games count the most.
New York’s American League representatives will bring many of the same faces from last season’s team back this year. However, there were a few notable changes made in the offseason, with the question being whether or not those changes will be enough to propel the Yankees to their first title since the 2009 season. Looking to bet on the Yankees win total, game or futures odds? Check out how to bet in New York for more details.
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|BaseRuns Run Differential||+61 (4.53/4.16)||+44 (5.10/4.37)|
|Record in One-Run Games||28-20||6-7|
Key Additions: Josh Donaldson
Key Departures: Gio Urshela, Gary Sánchez, Luke Voit, Corey Kluber
The Yankees made one notable acquisition this offseason, dealing for Josh Donaldson. Donaldson still has some pop and could be a useful piece for the Yankees this year, but the offseason may still have been viewed as a failure by Yankees fans as they did not bring in any of the top free agent targets from this offseason. Given how the season ended for the Yankees last year, it is surprising that they did not try and do more to improve ahead of this year.
In the Wild Card game against the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees were shut out in a 1-0 game that ended their season. While one game is a tiny sample size in a sport like baseball, the postseason is the epitome of a small sample size relative to other sports. Eventually, the Yankees will need to do something to win those small sample size matchups in October, even if they have plenty of talent now.
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Batting Average (BA)||.237 (T-23rd)||.247 (14th)|
|On-Base Percentage (OBP)||.322 (9th)||.342 (4th)|
|Slugging Percentage (SLG)||.407 (T-15th)||.447 (7th)|
|Weighted On-Base Avg (wOBA)||.317 (12th)||.341 (5th)|
|Weighted Runs Created Plus (wRC+)||101 (T-9th)||116 (4th)|
|Batting Avg on Balls In Play (BABIP)||.285 (23rd)||.280 (21st)|
|Strikeout Percentage (K%)||24.5% (6th)||21.7% (8th)|
|Walk Percentage (BB%)||10.3% (1st)||11.4% (1st)|
Offensively, the Yankees are who they are at this point. They have a ton of guys who can hit the ball a mile, and those same guys are going to strike out a lot and draw a lot of walks. This team is not going to hit for average, but will often make up for it by putting runs on the board with the home run, as they tied for sixth in the league last year with 222 of them.
The question for this team offensively is whether or not they can generate runs when they need to against elite teams in both the regular season and playoffs. Despite all of their exciting home runs, the Yankees ranked 19th in the league in runs scored a season ago and were shut out in the Wild Card game. This is not a team that is going to manufacture runs, making their ability to club home runs against top-tier pitching the real question coming into 2022.
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Earned Run Average (ERA)||3.76 (6th)||4.35 (14th)|
|Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP)||3.90 (6th)||4.39 (12th)|
|Adj. Fielding Independent Pitching (xFIP)||4.00 (7th)||4.24 (10th)|
|Strikeout Percentage (K%)||26.2% (4th)||24.8% (8th)|
|Walk Percentage (BB%)||8.2% (T-22nd)||7.9% (6th)|
|Left On Base Percentage (LOB%)||74.0% (8th)||71.1% (15th)|
The Yankees lost Corey Kluber this offseason, but they will hope to have a healthy Luis Severino this year to make up for Kluber’s departure. Severino has the potential to be one of the best arms in the American League if he can simply remain on the field and healthy, but that has been a huge if for him throughout his time in the Bronx. Fortunately, Gerrit Cole will be there to lead this starting staff regardless.
While most of the attention on the Yankees is paid to all of the home run hitters on the roster, the pitching staff for the Yankees was terrific a season ago. They ranked in the top-10 in most major statistical categories, and gave up just one run in their season-ending loss in the Wild Card game. Given the issues the Yankees have had offensively in big moments, this pitching staff will need to continue to perform under pressure.
Positives & Negatives
The biggest positive with this Yankees team coming into 2022 is their pitching, which looks poised to be a top-half staff once again this season. Even if there is a slight drop-off from the loss of Kluber and the potential for more Severino injury concerns, the Yankees are not likely to fall off of a cliff with their starters or their bullpen. Whether or not that is enough for them to make a deep playoff run remains to be seen.
As far as negatives go, the Yankees’ lineup construction is a glaring one. This team has gone all-in on building a lineup around a host of power hitters who hit a lot of home runs, draw a lot of walks, and also strike out a ton. In the playoffs, that strategy has not worked for the Yankees, but they have continued to roll with it and we will see if this season is the year where that all changes.
New York Yankees Pick & Prediction: Under 91.5
It is incredibly easy to bet a Yankees season win total over based on perception alone, given the prestige of the franchise and the power bats in their lineup. But the American League East, outside of the Baltimore Orioles, is simply too competitive to justify that kind of bet. This Yankees squad could very well win their division, finish fourth, or end up somewhere in between. But a season in the 85-90 win range seems about right here and the under is the play.