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New York Yankees: Projecting The 2025 Opening Day Lineup

What might the New York Yankees opening day lineup look like five years from today? Here’s a guess of what it may look like.

 During the COVID-19 pandemic, at a lot of people around the globe are asking: what does the future hold? For the New York Yankees, if there is no 2020 season, the future still holds a championship window given several stars under contract and a robust farm system.

What might the teams’ opening day look like five years from now? Will it still be one of a title contender? We took a guess below.

Anthony Seigler, a catcher from Cartersville High School in Georgia, reacts after being selected 23rd by the New York Yankees during the first round of the Major League Baseball draft Monday, June 4, 2018, in Secaucus, N.J. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Catcher: Anthony Seigler (25)

In the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft, the Yankees selected Anthony Seigler to eventually take over for Gary Sanchez as the teams’ everyday catcher.

Injuries have slowed down the young catchers’ development, but by 2025 he should be ready to take on the role as he begins to enter the prime of his career. What will this mean for Sanchez? No, not going to another team, but a position change.

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