Ever since the 2016 MLB trade deadline, at which time the New York Yankees traded Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller, and Carlos Beltran, all fans have heard is how talented and promising the team’s farm system has become. Such talk has fans excited for the future to see these prospects make their major league debuts and fill in the roster spots that have previously been occupied by washed-up veterans or one-year fixes. However, the surprising start to the 2017 baseball season has created a pleasant problem for the Yankees front office. As of right now, Starlin Castro and Did Gregorious are two young talents that figure to command the New York middle infield for years to come, Greg Bird and Tyler
Another Monday is here, which means we’ve got a full week of MLB action ahead of us. Will the Texas Rangers continue to chase down the Houston Astros in the AL West standings? Can the San Francisco Giants keep their surge going? Will the New York Yankees
The Texas Rangers put themselves in some impressive company with their 10-game winning streak — but if the season ended now, they wouldn't make the playoffs. The Rangers still face their share of challenges, especially since they're in the AL West, where Houston has baseball's best record and a 5 ½-game lead. Texas won 10 in a row before Saturday's loss at Detroit, but all that run did was help erase a poor start to the season.