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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game 107: Tampa Bay (65-44) vs New York (55-51)


No Stanton -- rest.

No Bader -- hoping for a trade.

Judge at DH and unprotected in lineup.

TRADE UPDATES: No one wants any Yankee.



Diaz, 1B -- .318

Franco, SS -- .267

Ramirez, DH -- .284

Arozarena, LF -- .257

Paredes, 3B -- .258

Lowe, B -- 2B -- .226

Siri, CF -- .222

Margot, RF -- .254

Bethancourt, C -- ,216

Eflin, P -- 11-6, 3.64



Bauers, RF -- .232 (120)

Judge, DH -- .297 (94)

Torres. 2B -- .255 (104)

Rizzo, 1B -- .244 (100)

LeMahieu, 3B -- .231 (87)

Kiner-Falefa, LF -- .257 (95)

McKinney, CF -- .244 (117)

Volpe, SS -- .210 (83)

Higashioka, C -- .229 (74)

Rodon, P -- 1-3, 5.75


Game on YES and TBS


NEXT UP: Wed, 8/2, 7 pm, vs Tampa Bay



Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Aug 02, 2023

Yankees are getting Eflined.


Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Aug 01, 2023

Amazing that the Yankees did nothing.

Aug 01, 2023
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Alan B.
Alan B.
Aug 01, 2023

Actually Judge has protection tonight in Torres hitting behind him. Sitting Bader over Rizzo, stupid. But Matt Blake is still the Pitching Coach. 👎👎

Aug 01, 2023
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