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2019 1B Dilemma: Bird, Voit, or someone else?

The Yankees have failed to solidify the first base position ever since Mark Teixeira retired after the 2016 season. Over the last three seasons, New York has gotten nowhere near the production the 2015 All-Star Teixeira gave them. That year, he slashed .255/.357/.548 with 22 doubles, 31 home runs, and 79 RBI before his season was cut short to a broken leg.
Many believed 2011 fifth-round pick Greg Bird was the solution at first base as he tore up the minors in 2013-2015, leading to a mid-August call up to the bigs in 2015. Bird started 44 games in August and September amid some Teixeira injuries, and he hit .261 with 11 homers and 30 RBI.

Five reasons to be excited for the 2017 Yankees

Ceilings and floors for top prospects part two

This Week in Yankees History: Jorge Posada

The argument for a six-man rotation

Potential Pinstripes: Sergio Romo

Yankees arbitration recap

Give Dellin his money!

Ceilings and floors for top prospects

What does the future hold for Michael Pineda?

BBB mock Hall of Fame voting results

Upcoming Yankees milestones

Possible trade destinations for Chase Headley

Which Yankees could see their numbers retired in the future?

The foggy future of Masahiro Tanaka

Winter Reflection: We all need baseball in our lives

Potential Pinstripes: Luis Valbuena

Will 2017 be the season Bryan Mitchell finally makes an impact?

New Year, New (York) Yankees: The beginning of a dynasty

Today in Yankees History: Reggie Jackson elected to the Hall of Fame

Potential Pinstripes: Doug Fister

Prospect Spotlight: Nick Solak

Adam Warren is an under the radar candidate to make the starting rotation

Potential Pinstripes: Nate Jones

A look into the future of CC Sabathia

2017 Bounce Back Candidates: Aaron Hicks

Luis Severino: Starter or reliever?