Aaron Judge Hit a Home Run So Far It Broke Statcast

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 23, 2017

According to manager Joe Girardi, the best way Ellsbury can help the team win now is coming off the bench because, at least for the time being, Frazier will get a lot of starts in left with Brett Gardner shifting over from left to play center.

Cashman was quick to say though Frazier will be back. "But it's only three weeks, so for the first two months I played very well and I'm looking forward to getting back to what I was the first two months".

Ellsbury reacted evenly to Girardi's decision to keep him on the bench again Saturday, with Frazier batting second against Mariners' lefty Ariel Miranda.

"My production hasn't been the same since I ran into the wall, " Ellsbury said of the May 24 play he made at Yankee Stadium, a spectacular catch against the Royals that caused his head/neck injuries.

"The productivity wasn't what it was over the first two months of the season, which I felt was very high". Low Expectations in December 2013 when signing Ellsbury to one of the worst contracts in baseball history, seven years for $153 million. I was very happy with that, " Ellsbury said. That's never an easy conversation, " Girardi said. So it's just been the last three weeks (of struggles). "But it's a part of the game you have to deal with. The big thing is that we aren't saying it's permanent, but when [Ellsbury] gets his chances, it's important he plays well". The Mariners suggested the home run measured 440 feet but that figure is perplexing to anyone with eyes.

If he should be sent down, well, the September roster expansion isn't far off.

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