Not that I’m an expert on human anatomy, but until the 1990s had anyone even heard of the oblique muscle(s)? It’s the “in injury,” the fashionable injury this oblique. The Yankees already have a problem when Curtis Granderson injured his right oblique muscle. If Granderson’s out for opening day and well beyond, good luck with an outfield of Brett Gardner, Andruw Jones (Is he still on the team?), and Nick Swisher. This combo doesn’t match well with the Yankees’s billion-dollar infield. The starting rotation is questionable to say the least. I’m picking the Bombers for fifth place in the A.L. East.
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