The Yankees have been one of the biggest losers in baseball this season, and their loss to the Chicago Cubs on Monday night put the team on the brink of losing a playoff spot.
Yankees coach Derek Jeter has taken criticism from some fans for not putting a greater emphasis on winning this season.
He also has had a difficult time making changes.
But Jeter also has a good track record of getting things done, and he has some ideas on how to fix the team’s woes.
Jeter will meet with players on Wednesday, including starting pitcher Aaron Judge and second baseman Brian McCann.
The Yankees are scheduled to begin their annual spring training camp on Wednesday.
Last month, Jeter was asked about his players and whether he has any plans to make a change to the team.
Jeter said: “I’ve had my conversations with guys.
I’ve talked to the front office and we’ll have a lot of conversations in the next few days, but I have no plans to change this team.”
The Yankees have made no major changes to their starting lineup since the end of the 2013 season, when they had the best record in the American League and were one of only four teams to have two World Series appearances in Jeter’s six seasons as manager.