The Yankees have put their own offseason twist on a classic Abbott and Costello routine: “Teixeira’s on first, Cano’s on second and I Don’t Know’s on third.”
Yankee bats went cold on Saturday night as they were defeated by the Indians, 3-1.
The Indians’ Jason Kipnis may not be a stud in one particular facet of the game, but his well-rounded offense at second base gives him a high ceiling.
Derek Jeter pulled within three hits of 3,000 for his career, lining a double in three at-bats against Cleveland’s Justin Masterson, who shut down the powerful New York Yankees for eight scoreless innings and led the Indians to a 5-3 win on Wednesday night.
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