NEW YORK – Hallsteinbrenner said he was aware of the dissatisfaction expressed by fans in various areas, although he was “not at all happy” with the club being swept by the Red Sox in a three-game series over the weekend. Not happy,” but the Yankees general manager partner still believes brighter days lie ahead.
“I want to know the vibe outside How, I know they’re upset,” Steinbrenner said. “It’s the third week of June this year and I’m a bit confused why they’re so upset. But they’re upset and that certainly gets my attention. Everyone just needs to know that we’re working hard on all fronts to get things back on track, And start playing like a few weeks in May.”
“But we haven’t won a championship for many years and that’s our ultimate goal. I’ve been through that a lot in the offseason. I’ve talked to many of you. For all the reasons I’ve said, I believe Boone is a good manager and I believe Cashman is a good general manager. …my family puts resources in every year and we try to put together a championship-caliber team. Sooner or later, this leads to championships. “
“We are in player development and scouting As much invested as anyone else. It’s nice to talk about our income, but then you have to talk about expenses. Trust me, our expenses are big and our wages are the biggest.”
When asked about the job of hitting coach Dillon Lawson When safeguarding, Steinbrenner said “no one is in a dangerous position right now.”
“Let’s get through the season; let’s see what happens,” Steinbrenner said. “It’s impossible for Stanton and Rizzo not to start hitting the ball, and I’m sure the others are too. We continue to get contributions from guys like Jack Bowles, who surprises us. I think we’ll be fine. I Trust us we’ll be fine.
“People I It’s delusional to say so, but these people are really good. For two weeks or so in May, when Judge came back from his first [hip] injury, I saw what we could be. I saw who we can be. We can be a force. “