Yankees pitchers and catchers have officially reported to Spring Training
One of the best days of the year on the baseball calendar has arrived: Yankees pitchers and catchers have officially reported to the team's Spring Training complex in Tampa.
After an offseason that saw the Yankees land the biggest free-agent prize in Gerrit Cole, fans have many reasons to be excited for the season ahead. With Spring Training finally upon us, there's nothing but smiles and sunshine to be shared among baseball fans and ballplayers this week.
Tune into YES Network for Aaron Boone's news conference Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m., or stream the news conference live on YES' Facebook page.
Anddddd we're back 😎 pic.twitter.com/nY0lHyjxCZ- YES Network (@YESNetwork) February 12, 2020
Regarding possible buzzers and Altuve telling his teammates not to tear his jersey off after the HR against Chapman, Sanchez said he would let his teammates "rip off my pants" if he homered to send his team to the World Series.- Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) February 12, 2020
✅ 1st Gerrit Cole bullpen pic.twitter.com/VkAWcmZCsI- YES Network (@YESNetwork) February 12, 2020
Ready to cover my 30th spring training. Still just as enthusiastic to be here as I was for my first season. As Nas and Damian Marley sang, "Count Your Blessings." pic.twitter.com/a8eEm91SDq- Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) February 12, 2020
Greetings from Tampa Bay. pic.twitter.com/IVLxWNb7yb- New York Yankees (@Yankees) February 12, 2020