Five Milestones New York Yankees Players Could Reach In 2013
Derek Jeter one of many walking wounded for the Yankees
If you listen to many sportswriters, the 2013 season for the New York Yankees will hold nothing but doom and gloom. We hear the old refrain about how they are old and this will be the year that it all falls apart. Of course we have heard that the last three or four years and when October rolls around, the Yankees are there playing playoff baseball. It might be a harder road this time around, but I don't believe another playoff run is out of the realm of possibility.
Now those in the glass half empty crowd do have a point that the Yankees have had to deal with numerous injuries this spring and some of them probably have to do with players getting older. We have Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira, Curtis Granderson, Phil Hughes and Alex Rodriguez all dealing with some sort of ailment. As a Yankees fan it feels strange to be scouring the scrap heap picking up guys that were rejected by other teams, but that is exactly where the team was, picking up castoffs such as Brennan Boesch and Ben Francisco.
With all that said, the 2013 season still could be an exciting one. There are several intriguing milestones that Yankee players could reach this season. Some are nice personal numbers and others are high up in the all time ranks. So in trying to shine a positive light in the upcoming season, here are the five biggest milestones that Yankee players could realistically reach this season.
5. Robinson Cano 1,500 hits
4. C.C. Sabathia 200 wins
3. Derek Jeter top ten in runs
2. Andy Pettitte 250 wins
1. Derek Jeter top ten in hits
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