Tag "Miguel Andujar"

Fantasy Baseball: Walking the Waiver Wire 6/6

Time for our weekly feet-first jump from the waiver wire into the free agent pool below. It’s a week into June, and injuries (whether short- or long-term) continue to add up, making upside value as important as always.

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Yankees’ Options to Replace Injured Starters

Which players could be called upon to replace DJ LeMahieu and Masahiro Tanaka?

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August Waiver Acquisition to Bronx Hero

Monday officially closed the book on Miguel Andujar’s season when the third baseman underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum. Although the star-studded compilation of players, known as the Yankees injured list, has headlined the season, it’s the men who

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Torn Labrum – What’s That?

Miguel Andujar has a torn labrum and is back on the IL.  I am sure if you are a fan and not a medical professional, you are asking – What is a Labrum?; Does it have to be fixed?; How is it fixed; How long does it take to recover from the injury?; Will XXX (insert current afflicted player name here) be the same player they were before the injury after the repair? These are all good, valid questions.

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Injury bug Continues to Bite Yankees, Save Red Sox

The Red Sox start to the 2019 season has been, well, not what anyone expected. Even those who may want the Red Sox to play miserably couldn’t have predicted this for Boston. Two wins in the first eight games — four

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2019 New York Yankees Preview

It’s a new year and we are here to get into the 2019 season for the New York Yankees. I had the Yankees winning the World Series last year, but they fell short to the eventual world champion Boston Red Sox in the Divisional round. But its a new year, and you live and learn. The Yankees went through injuries and a less than stellar year from one of its main power bats. But last year is over and its time to focus on this season and putting some heat on those guys in Massachusetts.

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Did Shohei Ohtani Deserve the AL ROY?

There has been a ton of discussion over the American League Rookie of the Year voting. While Shohei Ohtani won pretty easily, many fans, especially Yankee fans, are up in arms that Miguel Andujar didn’t get the award. Let’s take a look at the numbers and why Ohtani won.

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Way-Too-Early MLB Awards Predictions

As we inch closer to October, it’s apparent that this year, not unlike every other MLB season, will conclude with a flourish. Whether you’re a fan of one of baseball’s elite, the few teams vying for a spot in the

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