June 15, 2024

For the first time since 2016, the Yankees concluded the 2023 season with an 82-80 record and missed the postseason. The number of injuries the Yankees sustained is partly to blame for this. In spite of this, the club concluded the season with impressive hitting, pitching, and fielding stats.

Numerous Yankees players were sidelined by injuries, which had a negative effect on the squad as a whole. A hamstring issue sidelined Giancarlo Stanton; post-concussion syndrome forced Anthony Rizzo to miss time; a calf injury sidelined DJ LeMahieu; and an ankle ligament tear sidelined Aaron Judge. Regretfully, the squad as a whole was impacted by each of these injuries

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The Yankees, though, did not let the loss deter them. Gleyber Torres took the field and went on to lead the squad in both at-bats (596 total) and hits (163 total). Torres topped the club in batting average as well (.273), and Judge is right behind him (.267, despite the injury). Judge also leads the team in runs batted in (RBIs) with a total of 75 RBIs and leads the team in on base percentage (.406).

In 2023, the Yankees used a number of pitchers in the pen, but star pitcher Gerrit Cole led the team with 222 strikeouts and just 48 walks. The crew is led by Clay Holmes as well.

Shortstop With 157 games played, Anthony Volpe was the team’s most active player. With 145 games played, second baseman Torres also led the team. Third baseman LeMahieu played in 134 games despite his injuries, joining Volpe and Torres in doing so. With 357 assists overall at shortstop, Volpe topped the infield, followed by Torres with 344 at second base. In a same vein, Torres controlled the field by calling 80 double plays in all. With 663 putouts overall, catcher Kyle Higashioka maintained his dominance behind the plate, closely followed by first baseman Rizzo, who recorded 656 putouts.

Overall, even though they were unable to qualify for the playoffs,

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