He really is one of “us”, and that is perhaps why so many in our ranks pull for him to succeed.Francisco Cervelli certainly has had a roller coaster ride in pinstripes and right now the seat he is in is back on the way up.It was a year ago that I wrote here about watching the Yankees backstop at a minor league game in Syracuse. A little more than a week after he was sent down to Scranton-Wilkes Barre on the last day of Spring Training, Cervelli appeared uninspired and depressed.I understood how he felt given the fact it hadn’t been long since he was celebrating with the 2009 World Champions, but at the same time wondered if he’d somehow rekindle the fire that had won Yankees fans over in his first season with the big league club.Last year he had to give up his spot on the team to Chris...

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