5 Bold Predictions for the Remainder of the Yankees' Season

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5 Bold Predictions for the Remainder of the Yankees' Season
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Despite the Yankees' 12-2 loss to the Mariners on Wednesday night, the first quarter of this season in New York has gone better than most probably expected.

The Yankees stand at 25-15, are on pace for 100 wins and sit alone in first in a crowded American League East.

Some of general manager Brian Cashman's offensive acquisitions have played a role in the Yankees' success, like Vernon Wells (10 home runs), Travis Hafner (six home runs) and Lyle Overbay (six home runs), but the team's pitching has been just as important.

Hiroki Kuroda has been the ace with a 2.31 ERA and CC Sabathia has a 3.19 mark. Mariano Rivera has 16 saves.

The Bombers just got Curtis Granderson back from the disabled list and hope to get Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira, Kevin Youkilis, Alex Rodriguez, Joba Chamberlain and Ivan Nova back in the coming weeks and months.

With one quarter of the season in the books, here are five bold predictions for the rest of the Yankees' season.

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