Yankee’s Social Media Spotlight: Auld Lang Syne

Happy New Year everybody! Since the pandemic began, our very own Joe LoGrippo has been keeping you up to date on social media with what our favorite Yankees are up to. Although he is leaving us for his full-time job at YES Network at the beginning of the new year, his series will live on here at PSA.

So let’s start our new year in style by seeing how our favorite Yankees spend their time?

Lucas Luetge says goodbye to the Bronx

Unfortunately, to add Tommy Kahnle to the 40-man roster, the Yankees had to part ways with fan favorite Lucas Luetge, the 35-year-old helper who spent five seasons in the Minors before becoming a key part of the Yankees’ bullpen during the season 2021 and 2022 season. After the team selected him for a stint, the team sent him to the Atlanta Braves for a pair of minor leagues. On his way out, Luetge took a moment to thank the organization and the fans for his time in the Bronx.

Michael King finds his queen

Congratulations to Yankees paramedic Michael King and his fiancée, who recently announced their engagement on Instagram.

A number of King’s current and former teammates were found in the comments congratulating him on the good news, including Adam Otavino, Scott Effross, Luke Voit and Frankie Montas.

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Anthony anniversary in Paris

December is one of the best times for a baseball player to go sightseeing because there are still more than six weeks before pitchers and catchers report for spring training. Yankees first baseman Anthony Rizzo decided a trip was the best way to celebrate his wedding anniversary and the New Year at the same time, as he and his wife spent the week exploring Paris. Considering that one of Paris’ many nicknames is the city of love, it seems like a fitting choice.

Happy New Year from Yankees Past and Present

Fittingly, we’re closing our social media roundup this week with holiday greetings from members of the Yankees family from around the world.

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