Since we got him this is maybe under-the-radar, I guess is the way to put it, but we’ve seen a great hitter here since we’ve got him,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. I think he’s better now. I think he’s made improvements and really the injury last year that held him back.
The New York Yankees will get a glimpse of their future this weekend when they visit the Boston Red Sox for a three-game series at Fenway Park. Prized pitching prospect Tanner Houck will be on the mound for the Red Sox on Sunday, according to the Boston Herald. Houck, the Red Sox’s No.
With less than two weeks to go, let’s take a look at the strangest statistical oddities this shortened season has cooked up for the Yankees’ hitters: Clint Frazier’s 16.5 percent walk rate Did you have Clint Frazier as the second-ranked Yankee in fWAR? Me neither. But here we are, and the young outfielder has revamped his approach and gotten wonderful results, trailing only DJ LeMahieu’s 2.0 fWAR with his own 1.7 mark.