5 Creative Fixes for the New York Yankees' Horrible Offensive Attack

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5 Creative Fixes for the New York Yankees' Horrible Offensive Attack
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Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano set a postseason record for futility with going hitless in 26 straight at-bats.

The New York Yankees have put themselves about as far behind the 8-ball as one can be following two consecutive losses to the Detroit Tigers at Yankee Stadium in the ALCS.

Only three teams have ever rallied from an 0-2 deficit since the League Championship Series went to a seven-game format in 1985 (1985 Royals and Cardinals, 2004 Red Sox).

While it's certainly not over, the Tigers are trying to "stick a fork in it" quickly. A fully-rested Justin Verlander is set to start Game 3 in Detroit.

Thus far, the Yankees have hit a collective .205 in seven postseason games. Against the lights-out pitching presented by the Tigers' rotation in the postseason, that has sweep written all over it.

So, how can the Yankees break out of their funk?

Here are five ideas.

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