Yankees Have the Necessary Trade Chips to Win at the Trade Deadline

At 39-18, the New York Yankees have enjoyed as much success as any organization in 2018.

The reality, however, is this: unless they bolster their pitching depth – and it could be argued that one or more starters and relievers are needed – the franchise’s World Series aspirations will be tough to make a reality.

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The acquisition of Brandon Drury leads to uncertainty around Miguel Andujar

There’s only one word to describe the New York Yankees in 2017: success.

The organization’s old mantra of championship or bust didn’t come to fruition — but that really wasn’t the plan. Instead, the front office pivoted to a full-scale rebuild when they sold assets at the 2016 trade deadline for the first time since 1989, hoping they could simultaneously dip below the $189 million luxury tax number while also restocking and replenishing their farm system.

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