The Yankees started the 2010 season of well, so far.
And after a slump, the team seems to be heating up again.
Entering tonight's game against the Orioles, the Yanks have posted a 32-20 record.
New York is 6-4 over the past 10 games, following a terrible 5-9 stretch in their previous 14 contests.
Perseverance has been a big key to the Yankees winning equation.
Jorge Posada, Curtis Granderson, and Nick Johnson, all of whom are everyday starters, have missed time this season.
And don't forget Mark Teixeira's season long slump.
They have also struggled through several tough starts from Javy Vazquez, along with a couple bullpen lapses.
But the players mentioned on this list have helped New York overcome those injuries and slumps, keeping the Bronx Bombers within striking distance of the steady, AL East leading Tampa Bay Rays.