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The Yankees World Series odds are going the wrong way: Is it time for bettors to panic?

Yankees fans, who have lost 12 of their last 15 games, understandably I'm interested in your recent performance. After he lost 3–0 in the first innings last night, the fans decided to dedicate themselves to getting a haircut in the stands.

Sure enough, it wasn't. They dropped their third straight and sixth of their last seven. Pre-season Yankees World his series bettors have already planned to hit the sportsbook to redeem futures tickets or book a fancy dinner to see the green onsports betting apps. was

Now, the same bettors and Yankees fans are singing different songs. As Bob Dylan once said, times are changing.

Below, we analyze whether Yankees fans should really need to worry when it's October.

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All Everyone is raving that the Yankees weren't what we thought they were, considering they hit the rand differential in baseball. Regression was inevitable, as it was frightening pace and unreasonable expectations for this team to win his 120 games.

The regression of key performers such as Gleyber Torres and Clay Holmes has taken its toll on this team. But let's not forget the injuries this roster has suffered.

Let's start with the Yankees closer. For now, it's Clay Holmes. He was dominant to start the season, leading to some rather unfair Mariano Rivera comparisons. , allowing opposing hitters to hit .169. He wasn't a fluke, he had an ERA of less than 1 (best in baseball). 250 against Holmes since the calendar turned to his July, but his xBA of .200 shows he was a little unlucky. Either way, his 8.10 ERA, 5.62 FIP, and 8.10 BB/9 are big issues for this Yankee his closer.

Holmes looks likely to join fellow bullpen anchor Michael King on the injured list, so perhaps this explains his incredibly bad turnaround.

Still, Aroldis Chapman has been pitching much better lately (nine straight games with no earned runs), so it's no surprise that this is far from the end of the world for the Yankees.

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The Yankees lineup has never been the same since We lost Giancarlo Stanton to injury. Stanton was his second-best player all season, and his peripheral stats really point to performances close to the level of his AL MVP favorite Aaron Judge, who is underwhelming.

Greg Joyce of The Post reported thatStanton and DJ LeMahieu will not be in a rush to returnbut on Tuesday, Aaron Boone told reporters that Stanton will be His return to the lineup will be a huge boon for the Bombers, who have been missing a slugger since his placement in the IL on July 26. Another reason his

lineup is struggling is his Gleyber Torres withdrawal since the calendar changed to his July. His stats around June 30:

Gleyber Torres stats: April 1-June 30

Stats provided by: Baseball Savant

Gleyber Torres stats: July 1 to August 17

Batting averages are less of an issue, but strikeout rate is up and average exit speed is down and the batting average is declining. for power. This was a big deal for the Yankees, especially since was considering trading Torres before the trade deadline.

Other performers have been pretty unlucky lately, but statistics should improve soon. His Anthony Rizzo, in particular, has improved his average exit speed since hitting the summer despite poor actual results.

Giancarlo Stanton #27 of the New York Yankees watches from the dugout during a game against the Royals
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Panic On his meter, the bettor is up to 5 points Must be 10 or more. The Yankees could keep Torres out of the lineup when Lemahue returns if Torres' struggles continue, and Stanton should add Andrew Benintendi to keep him healthy as a full-time DH.

Additionally, although not as good as originally thought, their starting lineup needs a combination of Gerrit Cole, Nestor Cortez, Luis Severino, Frankie Montas and Jameson Taillon.

An odd number of men head to the bullpen as they go to his four-man rotation. This is a must-have option for this roster.

If you want to panic, wait until Stanton's back. If he doesn't come back, it's time to cash out the bet. For now, sports bettors should focus on keeping their cool and drowning out the negative noise from worried Yankees fans.

Like stocks, buy low and sell high. Perhaps the Yankees could be a buy if the numbers bounced above +500.