The Yankees already have what would be their lineup to start the season

The Yankees line up will not be complete until some injury players return

The New York Yankees already have their roster of 25 players for Opening Day and the lineup that will be coming to the field every day in the first weeks seems to be ready.

The team that runs Aaron Boone will not have two important pieces at his disposal for the lineup in Aaron Hicks and Didi Gregorius, but it seems that the boss already has a line up in mind, reports Pete Caldera of

Boone will actually have two lineups to start the games and those will depend on whether he's left-handed or right-handed the pitcher they face.

In Opening Day, the Yankees will face right-hander Andrew Cashner of the Orioles and that means the following lineup should be the one that comes to the field:

1.- Brett Gardner - LF

2.- Aaron Judge - RF

3.- Giancarlo Stanton - DH

4.- Gary Sánchez - C

5.- Miguel Andújar - 3B

6.- Greg Bird - 1B

7.- Troy Tulowitzki - SS

8.- Mike Tauchman - CF

9.- Gleyber Torres - 2B

Tauchman sería una inclusión tardía a la alineación, pero su bat zurdo podría ser muy importante para Yankees para darle más balance al line up del equipo del Bronx.

Cuando los Yankees enfrenten a lanzadores zurdos, dos peloteros saldrán de la alineación.

1.- Brett Gardner - CF

2.- Aaron Judge - RF

3.- Giancarlo Stanton - LF

4.- Luke Voit - DH

5.- Miguel Andújar - 3B

6.- Gary Sánchez - C

7.- D.J. LeMahieu - 1B

8.- Troy Tulowitzki - SS

9.- Gleyber Torres - 2B