I’m supposed to be going to an all-weekend party on Saturday. I also might have to be kinda, sorta on call for work this weekend. The whole situation is up in the air, but however it falls I probably won’t be watching much Yankee baseball this weekend. That stinks. But oh well, onto the links.
– On Monday, Enos Sarris of FanGraphs examined the development of Nathan Eovaldi’s splitter and how he’s used that to make his fastball a more effective pitch.
– On Tuesday, Mike Axisa of RAB looked for signs of an offensive turnaround within the current slump. We haven’t seen any of that turnaround yet, but maybe tonight’s the night.
– Harlan Spence of Pinstripe Alley mused on the possibility of the Yankees retiring A-Rod’s number when his career is over. I didn’t have much interest in seeing Jorge or Andy this year, but I’d make damn sure I was at the A-Rod ceremony.
– On Wednesday, Christopher Carelli of Yankees Unscripted pointed out how the offensive slump is putting added pressure on the depleted rotation.…