Gary Sanchez — I am all-in on Sanchez. I took him in the FSTA Draft, LABR, and I will try again in Tout Wars. To me, Sanchez stands out like Mike Piazza once did at the position: he is so far ahead of the rest of the other players that is not even funny. In a time where position scarcity is no longer discussed, Sanchez is the poster child for that concept. The best part about Sanchez is that he plays on the top offense in the AL and should be a lock for 30-90 this season.
Greg Bird — The Bird is the word in New York. While I still think Bird has some maturing to do as a hitter, he is expected to be the left-handed bat in the middle of the Yankees’ Murderers Row lineup. This should give him a chance to drive in close to 100 runs if he can hit .250. Bird was injured last year so it’s possible that you might save a buck or two on him at your auction if people are looking at last year’s stats. If that happens, pounce quickly.
Aaron Hicks — Hicks is such a good defensive player that the Yankees want him to be their everyday starter in CF. Even better for Fantasy owners is that Hicks has power and speed and should be an integral part of the bottom half of the Yankees batting order. Because of how good the rest of the Yankees lineup is, Hicks receives little fanfare. That would be an oversight because he would be one of the top players on most other teams.
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