Yankees trade Rob Refsnyder to Blue Jays

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 23, 2017

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman shook up his club's roster last Tuesday by making a big trade and he started the new week by making another deal.

Refsnyder played right field, left field, first base, second base and one game at third at the big-league level in NY.

Looking to add depth to their infield and outfield, the Blue Jays accomplished both Sunday, acquiring utilityman Rob Refsnyder from the Yankees in exchange for minor league first baseman Ryan McBroom. Refsnyder was designated for assignment by the Yankees earlier this week and will report to Triple-A Buffalo.

The 25-year-old McBroom has yet to make his big league debut while failing to even surpass the Double-A level as it stands today.

In 94 career games with the Yankees, Refsnyder hit.241 with two homers and 17 RBIs. He appeared in only 20 games with the Yankees this season, compiling just five hits in 37 at-bats.

Over four pro seasons, McBroom is a.280 hitter with 57 homers in 421 games. Over the course of 96 regular-season appearances and 346 at-bats for Double-A New Hampshire to begin the 2017 campaign, he batted.243 with 12 home runs and 54 RBI alongside a.321 on-base percentage.

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