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Yanks Have No Problems, Says New Manager Keane
Reading Eagle (UPI)- Mar 26, 1965 [...]
At the most there are only three positions open on the 1965 team and they are not in starting roles.
Been under a rock--how come the Yankees aren't spending?
The injury that will keep New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira out of the lineup until May at the earliest is not a wrist strain, as originally reported, but a partially torn tendon sheath that could potentially require season-ending surgery.
As of now, the Yankees are still expecting Teixeira to heal without needing an operation and to rejoin the club after about 8-10 weeks of healing time.
But Teixeira, who arrived at spring camp Sunday morning with his right wrist in a cast-like splint and will rehab there for the rest of the spring, raised the possibility that his absence could be longer than that.
Wait, I thought we were all supposed to say that the Yankees will always win 85-90 games, just because "they're the Yankees". But then that Russian nobleman in 1916 couldn't have imagined that just a few years later he'd be opening apartment doors or driving a New York cab for a living. #### happens and it can happen to anyone.
I want to dance on the Yankees' grave as much as any right-thinking human, but the last several years have taught me to wait until around September 1 before deciding to lace up the dancing shoes.
Youk (Hey it's baseball, he could bounce back.) (34)
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