The pinch hitters series has become something of a tradition here at the LoHud Yankees Blog, and we’re looking forward to continuing it in January.
As always, we’re looking for volunteers who would like to write a guest post for the month or so leading into spring training. Maybe it’s your take on the (lack of) offseason moves, or your full-throated defense of Francisco Cervelli as an everyday catcher, or your unique view of a Yankee past or present.
Email your ideas to me — a few sentences explaining what you want to write — and I’ll make some choices and start organization a schedule. At some point in early January, I’ll start contacting those chosen for the series. Please, no more than one proposal per person. It’s not necessarily first come, first serve, so take your time coming up with what you want to write.
I’ll probably start making some choices the first week of January, but the absolute cutoff for submissions will be Friday, January 7. Keep in mind that the actual posts should generally be around 400 words. Some will have to to be longer, but try to aim for that number. Send your ideas to: cjennings (at) lohud.com