Mookie4ever wrote:The Yankees don't do as well against lefties either - this is supposedly why Oakland has stacked up on lefties and got more lefties for the bullpen including their closer (the rich mosaic that is the mind of Billy Beane).
Perhaps in the Tino, Oneill days. With Sheffield and Arod here, they likely will do good versus lefties. Look at those OPS splits given. NY was almost the same, while Minnesota and Oakland fared much worse.