Aaron Judge Hit A Ball So Far That Statcast Couldn't Track It

Paola Ditto
Luglio 23, 2017

Earlier in the week, GM Brian Cashman mentioned on WFAN that Frazier would be the odd-man out once Hicks (strained oblique) returned to the outfield mix sometime in early August. "But I'll just try to produce the next two-to-three weeks and try to make it a harder decision than it might be to send me back".

Apparently Ellsbury's definition of "very good" is being a.281 hitter with four homers, 14 RBIs and eight steals in 39 games, because those were his numbers when he began his DL stint. But he feels that's part of a short sample size since coming off the disabled list. "But it's only three weeks" since his June 27 return, which included the All-Star break. "Then I had a concussion, and the last three weeks the production hasn't been the same since then".

"I'm looking forward to getting back to where I was the first two months". Low Expectations in December 2013 when signing Ellsbury to one of the worst contracts in baseball history, seven years for $153 million.

"It's tough to address a player that's had a really good career and tell him you're going to go with somebody younger and the hot hand". "That is never an easy conversation, but it is part of the game".

"We're not saying it's permanent, " Girardi said.

Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury acted as his own defense lawyer commenting on his new role as a bench player before his club's 6-5, 10-inning loss to the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night. The Mariners suggested the home run measured 440 feet but that figure is perplexing to anyone with eyes.

"So, if I go down, I'm hoping I will be back fairly soon after that, " Frazier said. "Continue to work hard and continue to do everything I can to help the team win".

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