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He was promoted and gets his first MLB start tonight if the weather lets the Yankees play. He's batting sixth and is the DH.
He's playing right field and batting eighth today.
https://twitter.com/YankeesPR/status/763837232255995904 says he was promoted. He's a reliever who has never pitched in MLB. He turned 25 six days ago. He had a 2.20 ERA and only 1 home run allowed in 28 2/3 innings in AAA, with 25 1/3 innings for Columbus and 3 1/3 innings for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He was acquired in the Andrew Miller trade.
Can't believe there's no thread for him yet. (Though he's already been named Team Bitch once!)
I thought I might as well start it off with these two tweets:
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">"The last time I checked, I'm not God," Joe Girardi said today. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ContextFreeQuotes?src=hash">#ContextFreeQuotes</a></p>— Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) <a...
Two run double in first AB, breaking the Keuchel dominant streak of scoreless innings against the Yankees, and already outproducing '15 Yankee 2B. Welcome to the club!
http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=green-006cha has his minor league statistics. We'll see if he starts on Wednesday, which would have been Severino's turn.
I guess the Yankees' newest outfielder is excited for the new season!
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Off to Tampa to start training with some guys from the team. It's about that time folks!! Let's get it in. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Yankees?src=hash">#Yankees</a></p>— Aaron Hicks (@AaronHicks31) <a href="https://twitter.com/AaronHicks31/status/691726194551590912">January 25, 2016</a></blockquote>
The $85 million man has batted .104 over the past 30 days. .104! He's now batting .216 on the season. The bad news is that it only gets worse from here since McCann is a first half player. Over his career, his OPS is 50 points lower in the 2nd half. Last year it was 100 points lower.
It's getting harder and harder to watch this guy. Another oh-fer last night. What a train wreck of a signing. A .277 hitter with Atlanta, he's been a .231 hitter for the first half of his contract in NY. The bad...
He's playing first base and batting seventh today.
He's back after being one of the players acquired for Aroldis Chapman. He has a 5.91 ERA due to having allowed 7 home runs in 35 innings, and Wrigley Field is much deeper down the lines than Yankee Stadium. Does anybody know what the shortest period is of the Yankees losing and reacquiring a player? If a player is designated for assignment, not claimed, goes to a Yankees minor league team, and is promoted again, it doesn't count.
He stole his first base since September 10, 2014.
His last 45 pitchers have been part of 7 plate appearances which had 4 strikeouts, 3 walks, and no balls in play.
Edit: A single by Josh Donaldson on Tanaka's 59th pitch ended a streak of 49 consecutive pitches not hit in play.
Edit again: Going back to last year, tonight is his third consecutive no decision.
Originally Posted by groundhoggator
Here is the official 40 man roster (a/o 8/24/2016) - aka PAR 12 (Post ARod)
Players on 2015 40 man roster
Active Roster = Bold - on 25 man roster
* = on 15 day DL
+ = on 60 day DL
He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/s/swarzan01.shtml has his statistics. He has a career ERA of 5.87 as a starter and 3.64 as a reliever. He spent some of last year in Korea.
He made his MLB debut on April 8 without getting a topic here and now he's back.
Today he gets his tenth career game and first career start.
I'm sure Rothschild is going to fix him any day now.
He had the Yankees' first quality start of the season.
Wasn't sure where to put this article, but it's interesting for its contrasting of the Rays' and Yankees' pitching philosophy
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