Yeah, I know, it's been a while since we've delivered you the daily Yankees news and content that some of you actually enjoy reading, but don't worry, we're back.
The Yankees open up the 2015 season today at home against the Blue Jays. And with the new year, comes a regenerated Yanks Beat Blog. Enjoy
Yankees News and Stories for 4/6/15:
Andrew Marchand | ESPN New York: Like a lot of teams, the Yankees have plenty of questions to answer heading into the 2015. Here are 10 big things to lookout for first the first pitch taking place this afternoon.
Ken Davidoff | NY Post: Even if the Yankees have a bad season and miss the playoffs for a third consecutive year, it could still be a winning season as long as their younger core of players takes the next step.
Joel Sherman | NY Post: As much as the Yankees would hate to admit it, Alex Rodriguez is their biggest attraction for the fans this season.
George A. King III | NY Post: Pondering some of the highs and lows that could come about from the Yankees' 2015 season.
Mark Feinsand | NY Daily News: The Yankees will have former manager Joe Torre throwing out the first pitch this afternoon, but the recently retired Derek Jeter won't be there at the game.
Anthony McCarron | NY Daily News: With the Yankees sloping downwards, and the Mets kinda-sorta-maybe heading up, CC Sabathia's says the Yankees are not ready to turn NYC over to Matt Harvey and the Mets.