What Will The NY Yankees Offseason Look Like In 2023?
The New York Yankees have to change their ways in 2023 if they want to reach their first World Series in over 13 years. The main concern is going to obviously be if they can resign their best player in Aaron Judge. Judge will want over $40 million and I don't really see the Yankees emptying their pockets and giving him a blank check. I really like Judge. He is the perfect and quintessential Yankee. He represents the team and organization so well both on and off the field. But his future in the Pinstripes hangs in the balance.
According to a New York Post article written by Greg Joyce, in an interview that aired on YES Network, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner was frustrated with the media and fans criticism of him and the organization. He said that they are not a "stagnant organization" and that they are "constantly evolving." However, the Yankees are still operating the same way with Hal and General Manager Brian Cashman as they continue to lose to the Houston Astros in the playoffs. Manager Aaron Boone isn't innocent either.
MJ and I discussed earlier this morning right here on Big Board Sports. We have had some great banter back and forth on me calling him a Yankee homer and him calling me a Yankee hater. The truth us we are both neither of those as he is a fan and I am a realist when it comes to the Yankees. We take their games here on 104.5 The Team and I want to see them do good I just get frustrated sometimes. Below is our full conversation on this.
The 2023 offseason will be an interesting one for the Yankees and I hope to see some changes and better results next season.