Oh, yeah, and they’re already 13-3, after an 8-1 road trip to Minnesota, Boston and Detroit. Yikes.
They look like a team without many real problems.
You know who else look like a pretty darn good team? The Yankees. Sure, there are things to worry about, holes to pick out: Brett Gardner is still out, CC is still in April mode (which makes sense, as it is April), people are FREAKING OUT about clutch hitting (except, you know, when they score 15 runs against the Red Sox), and, well, Michael Pineda. But ultimately, the team is playing well: they’re 9-3 since dropping three in Tampa, and are looking like the home run-powered offensive juggernaut we’ve come to expect. Robbie Cano will start to hit better soon (his .246 BABIP will stabilize), and he might be in for a career year if he keeps his K% down and BB% up (they’re almost 6 points lower and higher respectively than his career averages).…