Gary Sanchez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Gary Sanchez Has a Custom Wristband for Every Yankees Pitcher and it's Amazing

    12 Up "Being an MLB catcher is incredibly challenging. Apart from the physical toll it takes on your knees, squatting behind home plate for nearly 150 pitches per game, you have to be able to relate to and command a pitching staff that can feature as many as 13 different players at any given..." June 23

  • Yankees and Gary Sanchez looking like they can’t be stopped

    New York Post "They could breathe again, the 46,306 stiffing the grandstands and the bleachers, so they let loose with an old-school roar, one that reached all the way back to around 2003 or so, back when the Red Sox and the Yankees could turn old Yankee Stadium into a calliope of joy and wonder and deafening..." June 02

  • How Gary Sanchez recaptured his swing "Last year, Gary Sánchez struggled through a tremendously disappointing season, hitting just .186/.291/.406 (86 OPS+). It wasn't just bad. It was the lowest batting average in the entire history of the Yankees franchise, at least among hitters who'd had 350 plate appearances in a..." May 06

  • Yankees expect Gary Sanchez to be in lineup Wednesday

    Newsday "The Yankees’ crowded injury list is about to decrease in number by one. Gary Sanchez, on the IL since April 11 with a left calf strain, came through his rehab assignment with Class-A Charleston Monday night and rejoined the club here Tuesday night. The catcher, who went 0-for-3..." April 24

  • Yankees’ Gary Sanchez healthy, but no hits, no hustle, poor defense in rehab game

    Newark Star-Ledger "All the Yankees wanted from catcher Gary Sanchez on Monday night was three at-bats and continued good health in his South Atlantic League rehab game with the low-A Charleston RiverDogs. Mission there, and that will have Sanchez headed for Anaheim on Tuesday and..." April 23

  • Brett Boone: Gary Sanchez could be back in lineup as soon as Wednesday

    Newsday "Help is on the way. Maybe. An optimistic Aaron Boone said Sunday that Gary Sanchez, along with a few other players making good progress, could return to the Yankees in the near future. Sanchez (calf strain) is slated to play in a minor-league rehab game with Class..." April 22

  • Yankees' Sanchez 'way over' Morrison's past HR Derby comments "Logan Morrison once bristled that he -- and not the Yankees' Gary Sánchez -- should have been invited to participate in the Home Run Derby. Two years later, the Yankees may ask the veteran first baseman to take a few swings for them. The club announced on Friday that it..." April 20

  • Gary Sanchez’s Yankees return date coming into focus

    New York Post "If the Yankees believe Gary Sanchez is completely healed from his strained left calf by Sunday, the catcher is prepared to jump off the injured list and play that afternoon against the Royals. “Think the last day is Saturday for me on injured list,’’ said Sanchez,..." April 18

  • Gary Sanchez becomes latest Yankee to hit injured list

    New York Post "Make it an even dozen. The Yankees’ incredible injury woes worsened Friday, when the team placed Gary Sanchez on the 10-day injured list, replacing him with Kyle Higashioka. The move was not unexpected after Sanchez complained of tightness in his legs and..." April 12

  • Rumors Mounting that Yankees Will Send Gary Sanchez to IL

    12 Up "Stop us if you've heard this before, but the New York Yankees might be sending another important piece to the injured list.  The Yanks have called up minor league catcher Kyle Higashioka, which immediately started fueling rumors that slugger Gary Sanchez could..." April 12

  • Why Yankees are being cautious with Gary Sanchez's leg injury

    SNY TV "The Yankees are giving catcher Gary Sanchez as much rest as he needs so he avoids a significant trip to the injured list like last season. Sanchez, who was a designated hitter on Tuesday and pinch hit Wednesday, has been dealing with tightness in his legs for the past few..." April 11

  • Yankees’ Gary Sanchez injury concerns are back

    New York Post "Gary Sanchez came off the bench to pinch hit in the eighth inning of the Yankees’ 8-6 loss to the Astros on Wednesday after sitting because of tightness in his lower legs. Sanchez said he felt the tightness Monday during the first of three games against the Astros and..." April 11

  • Gary Sanchez Takes Foul Ball Directly to Groin Against Astros

    12 Up "Let's hope El Gary was wearing a cup. With the Yankees and Astros locked in a tight affair, New York catcher Gary Sanchez tried to make what would've been a simple stop on a Zach Britton breaking ball. It wasn't meant to be, as Yuli Gurriel fouled a pitch off, which struck..." April 09

  • We just saw Gary Sanchez at his most tantalizing and maddening

    New York Post "Maybe you can attribute this query to some serious New York bias, but can you find a more polarizing, agonizing, tantalizing player in Major League Baseball right now than Gary Sanchez? Who else spends a weekend in Baltimore getting picked off twice and going deep four times? Leads..." April 08

  • The Yankees have a new Gary Sanchez problem

    New York Post "Of all the issues the Yankees didn’t think they would have to deal with this season, Gary Sanchez’s arm didn’t figure to be one of them. But 2019 has not started the way the Yankees planned, dropping two of three in The Bronx to an Orioles team that figures to be..." April 01

  • Gary Sanchez’s bat is not calming the Yankees’ worries

    New York Post "Gary Sanchez’s spring started much like most of his 2018: poorly. The catcher entered Saturday night’s game against Baltimore just 1-for-11 with a homer, no walks and five strikeouts in his first four games. On the positive side, Sanchez has looked good defensively —..." March 10

  • Yankees fans should treat Gary Sanchez and Miguel Andujar how they did Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada

    Pinstripe Alley "The Yankees roster appears to be set. Barring injury, which is really the most important thing about spring training, the Bronx Bombers will head north with nearly all of their pieces in place. Gary Sanchez and Miguel Andujar are undoubtedly the respective Opening..." March 05

  • Yankees expect a big rebound year from Gary Sanchez

    New York Daily News "Gary Sanchez appreciates the support. Fans in the Bronx may have been calling for the 26-year-old catcher to be dealt all winter, but he returns to Yankee spring training knowing that his manager believes in him. After a tough, injury-plagued 2018, the Yankee catcher said he..." February 14

  • A focused Gary Sanchez admits the obvious of disaster year

    New York Post "Yankees pitchers and catchers are not required to report to spring training until next Wednesday, but Gary Sanchez is getting a head start on what he hopes to be a bounce-back season. Though some of his teammates have been taking the field each day this week for informal workouts,..." February 07

  • Why Yankees' Gary Sanchez could be Comeback Player of the Year

    Newark Star-Ledger "Last season was a complete disaster for Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez. He batted a career-low .186 with 18 home runs and 53 RBI in an injury-plagued 2018 which saw him play just 89 games. That production was a steep drop-off from 2017, when he was named an All-Star and..." January 29