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Hall of Famer Dave Winfield knows why Juan Soto is off to strong start with Yankees: 'It's not all on him'

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From one New York Yankees right fielder to the another, Hall of Famer Dave Winfield knows how much Juan Soto means to his former squad. 

Heading into the 2024 season, all Yankee fans could talk about was how Soto's addition to an already-stacked lineup would look, especially after a disappointing 82-80 season the year prior. Soto's successful spring training, where he was hitting the ball out of the park left and right, made the hype even more palpable. 

It was there in Tampa Bay where Winfield got to see Soto interacting with his new teammates in the Yankees' locker room, and he knew then that he was going to fit in nicely. 

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Juan Soto of the New York Yankees warms up in the outfield during the Astros game at Minute Maid Park on Thursday, March 28, 2024, in Houston. (Michael Starghill/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

"I saw him in spring training in the Yankees’ locker room. He looks like he’s loose, confident," Winfield told Fox News Digital while promoting the new "Cracker Jack at the Ballpark" exhibit at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. 

Through seven games this season, the 6-1 Yankees have already seen Soto have several "earn your pinstripes" moments – all of which he came through. 

The first was in the season opener against the Houston Astros, where the Yankees held a one-run lead going into the ninth inning. A Kyle Tucker single with runners on first and second put that lead in jeopardy, as Mauricio Dubón rounded third base. 

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Soto, though, sprinted after the ball on the right

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