The New York Yankees are all set for spring training. After a lot of struggle and hard work, they did in terms of selecting the best roster this year. The Yankees are heading toward victory in the 2023 MLB World Series. For the first time after eight years, Aaron Judge will lead the Bronx Bombers as the Captain of the team. Yankees have already thrown insane contracts to him, to Carlos Rodon, and a lot of others just to have the best rotations this time. Predicting a good result, let’s say ‘expecting that the Bronx Bombers will pave the way to victory this year’ is not wrong.
Fans are really excited to see their star player wearing the uniform, playing in the field, and rocking all way in the spring training. Even before the training begins, fans have started keeping higher expectations. As the players headed to Tampa Bay for training, Bryan Hoch from MLB.com shared footage of the Bronx Bombers jersey and equipment getting delivered. Through the Twitter handle, Bryan shared the video of the players going for the spring, claiming the truck had already arrived.
“What A Sight” Fans Reminicising Yankees Preparation
Reportedly, the Yankees will conduct the spring training in Tampa Bay at the George M. Steinbrenner ground. The team has not won a single championship after 2009. The Yankees did everything but could not beat The Houston Astros. However, probably, the team lacked in having a few things that may have deprived the victory to the Yankees. Like a need of captain! Which has been fulfilled by Aaron Judge.
Earlier, Yankees manager Brian Cashman had stated that the team would never have a captain as no one deserved to replace Derek Jeter. But looking at the 62 record-breaking home run of Aaron Judge, the manager changed his mind. Judge became a free agent last season, but how could the Yankees let him go after such a great season? They offered him the demanding contract and made him re-sign. Aaron Judge had the chance to pick the most expensive deal provided by the Padres, who offered him a $400 10 years deal. But teh slugger chose his legacy by selecting the Yankees’ $360 million 9 years deal.