Young Yankees face four questions for Jasson Domínguez and other rookies as they look ahead.

Recent weeks have seen the Yankees bring up new players instead of attempting to catch up. Aug. 20 may be a turning point for the Yankees. 

The Yankees fell to the Boston Red Sox on Sunday afternoon, but not only because.

The way they lost. The Red Sox scored in the ninth after the Yankees tied the game 5-5 with a three-run comeback in the seventh. Game won 6-5 by Boston.

After the game, Yankees manager Aaron Boone told The Athletic, "They've kicked our ass," dropping the Yankees to 1-8 against the Red Sox this season. "... We're not good enough."

New York lost their eighth straight, their longest losing skid since 1995, and fell from four games out of a wild-card place to 8.5 games out. 

Yankees were losing everywhere. They couldn't score, the bullpen couldn't protect leads, and the Yankees dropped games.

Boone told, "I think anything's on the table right now," after the Aug. 20 setback. After the Aug. 20 setback, the Yankees gave up on 2023 and looked ahead. 

Prospects Oswald Peraza and Everson Pereira were brought up before their next game. 


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