Starlin Castro

Yesterday, we graded Starlin Castro‘s season at second base. Today, we move to shortstop where we’ll grade Didi Gregorius. This was Gregorius’s second season with the New York Yankees, and so far he had been everything the Yankees could have wanted.  During the 2014 offseason, the Yankees traded for shortstop Didi Gregorius, […]

2016 Yankees Report Card: Didi Gregorius

Yesterday, I graded Yankees backup infielder Tyler Austin. Today, we grade Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro, who may have had a decent year offensively, but was sabermetrically a disappointment. When the Yankees shipped off Adam Warren and Brendan Ryan to the Chicago Cubs for Starlin Castro, they were filling the hole Robinson Cano left when he […]

2016 Yankees Report Card: Starlin Castro

Yesterday, we graded catcher Gary Sanchez after he had two strong months in the Major Leagues. Today, we move onto another rookie who started his young career with a big bang–like his first hit in the Majors being a home run ‘big bang’. Let’s grade infielder Tyler Austin. Tyler Austin spent most […]

2016 Yankees Report Card: Tyler Austin

Yesterday, we graded starter Masahiro Tanaka and handed out our first “A” of the Report Card series. Today, we reach the end of the pitching portion of the Report Card and grade Adam Warren.Warren’s return to the Yankees bullpen is a funny one; he was traded last offseason for Starlin Castro before he […]

2016 Yankees Report Card: Adam Warren