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Fantasy Games
 
Projections
TimeframeABHRAVGRBIRSB
2014 Season (CBSSports.com)0.000.00.0000.000.000.00
 
Key Stats
ABHRAVGRBIRSB
1567.24419214
 
Games Played By Position
YearC1B2B3BSSOFDHSPRP
2014000000000
201300027001600
 
Injury Report
No Injury Reported
More Injuries
 
Situational Stats
SituationABHHROBPSLGAVG
vs Cobb (Career)5000.1670
 
Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
12/24/2014Alex Rodriguez, 3B NYY
Matt Joyce, LF LAA
Nathan Eovaldi, SP NYY
Michael Pineda, SP NYY
12/24/2014Eddie Butler, SP COL
Alex Rodriguez, 3B NYY
12/20/2014Andrelton Simmons, SS ATL
Alex Rodriguez, 3B NYY
 
Last 10 Games
DateOppABRHHRRBIBBSB
9/14@BOS3000010
9/15@BOS2010100
9/17@TOR4000000
9/18@TOR4000010
9/19@TOR3100010
9/20SF4111400
9/21SF4000100
9/22SF4010000
9/24TB3000020
9/25TB3000000
 
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Latest News

Cashman: A-Rod will not be everyday infielder for Yankees

by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/16/14) Yankees general manager Brian Cashman indicated Tuesday veteran Alex Rodriguez's days as an everyday infielder are over, and he's hopeful Rodriguez will be able to fill the role of full-time DH.

"I can't expect Alex to be anything," Cashman said during a phone interview Tuesday with The Associated Press. "Even before the suspension, he wasn't the same player at third base on the defensive or offensive side.

"We look forward to him hopefully solidifying himself as a tremendous DH for us."

The New York Daily News published a report Monday citing a source saying Rodriguez is determined to regain his role as an everyday third baseman. However, New York re-signed Chase Headley to a four-year deal to be the team's starting third baseman.

"In his mind, he’s still the third baseman," the source said. “That was before (Headley was re-signed) today, anyway.

"Based on what he was being told by the Yankees, Alex believed he would get the chance to play third base, and he believes he can do it. He’s motivated by it because he loves to play the field."

Report: A-Rod determined to reclaim starting job at third base

by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/16/14) Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is determined to reclaim his spot in the infield after sitting out 2014 due to a season-long suspension and wants no part of being a full-time DH, a person who has spoken to Rodriguez "several times" told the New York Daily News.

The Yankees re-signed Chase Headley on Monday to be the team's primary third baseman.

"In his mind, he’s still the third baseman," the person said Monday. "That was before (Headley was re-signed) today, anyway.

"Based on what he was being told by the Yankees, Alex believed he would get the chance to play third base, and he believes he can do it. He’s motivated by it because he loves to play the field.

"Whatever (poor) decisions he’s made, he’s still addicted to the game and he says he’s working hard to be ready. He’s said to me, ‘people are going to be surprised,’ meaning he’s convinced he still has game."

Yankees won't work Alex Rodriguez out at 1B until spring training

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/9/14) Yankees manager Joe Girardi told reporters at the winter meetings Tuesday that Alex Rodriguez has not worked out at first base yet, and that he's won't do so until the start of spring training, per the Star-Ledger. Girardi has been in contact with Rodriguez this offseason and has even seen videos of him working out in the offseason.

The Yankees are in search of a third baseman in case Rodriguez is unable to fill that void on an everyday basis. The 39-year-old hasn't played more than 140 games since 2007 and missed the 2014 campaign due to a season-long suspension for his involvement with the Biogenesis scandal.

A-Rod won't be starting 3B, if Yankees signs Headley or another FA

by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/11/14) It appears the Yankees concern about Alex Rodriguez returning to an everyday role at third base in 2015 are very real. General manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday if the team signs Chase Headley or another third baseman, then that player "would be our starting third baseman," per the New York Daily News.

There have been reports the Yankees are very interested in bringing back Headley because they don't feel Rodriguez will be able to play third base on an everyday basis. The concerns appear to be over Rodriguez's age (39) and durability issues. He hasn't played more than 140 games since 2007. He missed the 2014 campaign due to a season-long suspension.

Report: Yanks want to re-sign Headley over concerns about A-Rod

by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/10/14) The Yankees are making a strong push to re-sign free agent infielder Chase Headley because they don't feel Alex Rodriguez will be able to play third base on an everyday basis in 2015, a source told ESPN. CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reported in early November the Yankees begun talks to bring back Headley.

The source said the Yankees "are looking at Headley to start at third, play some DH and back up Mark Teixeira at first base."

The source added the concerns about Rodriguez, who missed the 2014 season due to a suspension, the recent revelations regarding Rodriguez's past ties to performance-enhancing drugs.

"He's going to be 40 years old and he's had a really tough time staying on the field the past couple of seasons," the source said. "He's had two hip operations and a knee operation, and a lot of baseball people in the Yankees' organization have concerns about how much he can give them at this age."

 
 
 

 
Upcoming 7 Games
DateOppTimeScheduled Starter
3/3/15@ PHI1:05 pm
3/4/15PHI1:05 pm
3/5/15@ PIT1:05 pm
3/6/15@ PHI1:05 pm
3/6/15PIT7:05 pm
3/7/15@ HOU1:05 pm
3/8/15WAS1:05 pm
Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
1994SEA17544110232030 .241 .204 .204
1995SEA48142153351964242 .264 .408 .232
1996SEA1466011412153612359104154 .414 .631 .358
1997SEA14158710017623844199296 .350 .496 .300
1998SEA16168612321342124451214613 .360 .560 .310
1999SEA1295021101434211156109217 .357 .586 .285
2000SEA14855413417541132100121154 .420 .606 .316
2001TEX1626321332015213575131183 .399 .622 .318
2002TEX162624125187571428712294 .392 .623 .300
2003TEX1616071241814711887126173 .396 .600 .298
2004NYY1556011121723610680131284 .375 .512 .286
2005NYY1626051241944813091139216 .421 .610 .321
2006NYY1545721131663512190139154 .392 .523 .290
2007NYY1585831431835415695120244 .422 .645 .314
2008NYY1385101041543510365117183 .392 .573 .302
2009NYY12444478127301008097142 .402 .532 .286
2010NYY1375227414130125599843 .341 .506 .270
2011NYY99373671031662478041 .362 .461 .276
2012NYY12246374126185751116131 .353 .430 .272
2013NYY441562138719234342 .348 .423 .244
2014NYY0000000000 --- --- ---
Total 256898181919293965419691240207532276 .384 .558 .299
Fielding Stats
YearTeamPosnGGSTCPOAEDPFLD%
1994SEASS171771204569 .915
1995SEASS463817056106814 .953
1996SEASS1461456572384041592 .977
1997SEASS1401406272093942483 .962
1998SEASS1601607312684451890 .975
1999SEASS12912960921338214104 .977
2000SEASS14814869124343810123 .986
2001TEXSS16116175028045218118 .976
2002TEXSS16216074125947210108 .987
2003TEXSS1581586992274648111 .989
2004NYY3B1551553751002621325 .965
2004NYYSS20211011.000
2005NYY3B1611614151152881226 .971
2005NYYSS30312001.000
2006NYY3B151148382962622424 .937
2007NYY3B1541543701062511330 .965
2008NYY3B131131334732511023 .970
2009NYY3B11611327566200917 .967
2010NYY3B12412229261224725 .976
2011NYY3B898722554165613 .973
2012NYY3B818118457119813 .957
2013NYY3B272775225219 .987
Total  245624358678276556792341058 .973
More Batting Stats
YearTeam2B3BTBSFSHHBPIBBGDP
1994SEA001111000
1995SEA625801000
1996SEA541379764115
1997SEA403291145114
1998SEA3553844310012
1999SEA250294815212
2000SEA3423361107510
2001TEX3413939016617
2002TEX27238940101214
2003TEX30636460151016
2004NYY2423087010618
2005NYY291369301688
2006NYY261299408822
2007NYY31037690211115
2008NYY3302925014916
2009NYY171236308713
2010NYY292264110317
2011NYY210172305113
2012NYY1711995010313
2013NYY706600215
2014NYY00000000
Total 5193054801011616992240
Postseason Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
1995SEA2210000100 .000 .000 .000
1997SEA41615110500 .313 .563 .313
2000SEA9354132731011 .421 .600 .371
2004NYY11501116386721 .414 .600 .320
2005NYY51522006511 .435 .200 .133
2006NYY41401000400 .133 .071 .071
2007NYY41524112600 .353 .467 .267
2009NYY15521519618121320 .500 .808 .365
2010NYY93257034620 .316 .281 .219
2011NYY51812034600 .261 .111 .111
2012NYY725130021200 .185 .120 .120
Total 7527443721341397583 .369 .464 .263
Minor League Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
1994AAA-Calgary3211922377462182524 .359 .588 .311
1994 A-Appleton65248497917614552444165 .379 .605 .319
1994 AA-Jacksnville17597174118101321 .391 .441 .288
1995AAA-Tacoma5421437771231545184424 .411 .654 .360
1996AAA-Tacoma250100002100 .429 .200 .200
2011AAA-Scranton/Wilkes-Barr250200012100 .571 .400 .400
2011AFA-Tampa Yankees262210121300 .4291.000 .333
2012AFA-Tampa Yankees271000001400 .125 .000 .000
2013AA-Trenton Thunder493300255200 .5331.000 .333
2013AAA-Scranton/Wilkes-Barr312130012--500 .250 .500 .250
2013AFX-Charleston RiverDogs24000000--100 .000 .000 .000
2013AFA-Tampa Yankees6172310031500 .300 .235 .176
Total 191705124224421440142721482214 .382 .587 .318
 
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