New York Daily News | Matthew Roberson: Starting in 2023, the MLB schedule format will change, with fewer games in the division and all teams set to face each other in at least one series each season. I’m here. The move has the potential to help the Yankees. That could even mean playing fewer games against his potentially competitive AL East opponents and fewer games on synthetic turf like Toronto and Tampa.
MLB.com | Alyson Footer: As we head into the new year, let’s take a look at the very early power rankings of MLB’s 30 teams. With the retention of Aaron Judge and the addition of Carlos Rodon, the Yankees move up the rankings to fifth, but not at the top given there is still uncertainty surrounding some of the lineup.
Sports Illustrated | Gary Phillips: While big transfers are still a possibility since Rodon’s press conference, most of the player acquisition news surrounding the Yankees has been about small minor league/non-roster invitational moves. Let’s take a look at the players we’ve acquired so far and who we can use Spring Training as a way to get on our Open Day roster.