Overachieving Yankees have boss' support

Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Overachieving Yankees have boss' support
Overachieving Yankees have boss' support

TAMPA, Fla. – New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner is pleased with the performance of his injury-decimated team. "Considering the adversity we've faced in the first two months of the season, it's phenomenal the job these guys have done," Steinbrenner said Friday at a Yankees extended spring training game. The Yankees (26-26), under second-year manger Aaron Boone, have put 17 players on the injured list for 18 total stints. Still, they began a three-game home series against East-leading Tampa Bay a half-game behind the Rays. Domingo German, inserted into the starting rotation after ace Luis Severino got hurt, leads the major leagues with eight wins. Clint Frazier, who began the season at Class

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