Patience could bring results for Yankees
Gwynn discusses the pressures the Yankees' hitters face and what they should do to get over them.
Before the season started, speculation centered on this lineup scoring at least 1,000 runs -- something just seven teams have done since 1900. Now that the season is 20 games old and the Yankees have been outscored 98-87, people are jumping off the bandwagon and players are hearing the "Bronx cheer."
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