New York’s new coach Sean Casey admits he has to ‘come in hσt and fιring’ to improve offense

New York’s new coach Sean Casey admits he has to ‘come in hσt and firing’ to improve offense as he says they’re not playing ‘the Yankee way’

Sean Casey, the newly hired hitting coach for the New York Yankees, is aware that he needs to start ‘hσt and firing’ in his new role.

Aaron Boone, the manager of the New York Yankees, hired Casey on Monday to take the place of hitting coach Dillon Lawson, who had been let go by the organization the day before.

On a Zoom conversation on Wednesday, he remarked, “I think I have to come in hσt and firing.”

You’re right; we need to start rolling because there are about 70 games left. A career was Casey.12 years in the Major League Baseball, 302 hits for 5 teams. Then, in 2009, he started working for MLB Network as a studio commentator, where he saw a ton of baseball.

I’m seeing a lot of innings with five, six, seven, or even eight pitches, Casey continued.

The Yankees were tied with Detroit for 28th place in terms of batting average (.231) and had the second-fewest hits (690), trailing only Oakland, in the big leagues at the end of the first half of the regular season.

Aaron Judge, the current American League MVP, is once again on the injured list, leaving a void in the offense that hasn’t been adequately addressed.

Judge, first baseman Anthony Rizzo, third baseman Josh Donaldson, outfielder Harrison Bader, and rookie shortstop Anthony Volpe had already been contacted, according to Casey. Volpe’s earlier slump had only been broken by the advice of a former minor league teammate, Austin Wells, who suggested that he change his batting stance.

Expectations in New York are high, and so are my own, said Casey.

“I would anticipate myself to enter and have an effect.” The most important thing, in my opinion, is for each of us to focus on doing our jobs well. If you start to worry about what other people think of you, I believe you may not perform as well as you could in the field.

Before the club departs for the west to begin the second half of the season, Casey will see the squad in person on Thursday at Yankee Stadium.