YANKEES PROSPECTS

Gary Sanchez Tracker 2017, Stats and Milestones

(Video Courtesy of Dan Rourke)

There is no disputing that the future for the New York Yankees appears to have arrived a bit earlier than expected with numerous young players exceeding expectations. Those players could be twenty something veterans like Starlin Castro or Aaron Hicks or the players in their first full year such as Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge. The latter are considered cornerstone piece for the next decade in New York. The Yankees believe in them and they believe in themselves. What better way to track their growth than following them on a monthly basis. That thought just seemed to logical to pass up. Enter the Gary Sanchez tracker.

Position – Catcher

Born – December 2nd 1992

Bats – Right Throws – Right

Height – 6’2” Weight – 230 lbs

Acquired – Signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2009

2017 Contract Status: Signed thru 2017, 1 yr/$558(17)

Arbitration Eligible: 2020

Free Agent: 2023

Debut: October 3, 2015

Yankees logoPlayers now a days are more than just guys that we watch on television, listen to on the radio, or even bodies whose stats we check online or in the newspaper. Now it is a whole person concept and that applies even more to players that might be in the running to serve the next captain of the New York Yankees.

 

GARY SANCHEZ TRACKER STATISTICS

APRIL

GABRH2B3BHRRBI
520130012
BBSOSBCSAVGOBPSLGOPS
14010.150.190.30.49

MAY

GABRH2B3BHRRBI
2175132220310
BBSOSBCSAVGOBPSLGOPS
1020100.2930.3980.440.838

JUNE

GABRH2B3BHRRBI
2388212740927
BBSOSBCSAVGOBPSLGOPS
1023100.3070.390.6591.049

JULY

GABRH2B3BHRRBI
2391122160312
BBSOSBCSAVGOBPSLGOPS
626000.2310.2730.3960.668

GARY SANCHEZ AWARDS RECOGNITION

American League Rookie of the Month August 2016

American League Player of the Month August 2016

American League Player of the Week August 21 2016

American League Player of the Week August 28 2016

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