Saturday, April 30, 2016

Weekly Check In: Robert Refsnyder


What can I say about my personal favorite Yankees prospect thus far this season? Refsnyder was given an opportunity to learn a new position in spring training with the hopes of breaking the club on the bench but a few miscues in the field kept him from his ultimate goal of making the show. Such has been his story to date as it’s always been his defense that has kept him out of the Bronx for long stretches of time but recently, obligatory small sample size reference inserted here, his bat has not been pressing the issue much either.

Refsnyder has been seen hitting below the Stephen Drew line for much of this young 2016 season which is not an encouraging sign for the young infielder. It will be his bat that ultimately forces the hand of Yankees GM Brian Cashman, not his defense, good looks or personality, and if he wants to be back in the Bronx to stay he needs to hit. Bottom line.


Tough love Ref. I’m your biggest fan next to your parents, I’ve said it numerous times, but you need to step it up if you want to prove the organization and the doubters wrong. How about we start now?

YearAgeLevGPARH2BHRRBISBBBSOBAOBPSLGOPS
201625AAA1774513105468.194.257.239.496

4 comments:

  1. Over groomed Daniel. We've seen it before.

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  2. He'll do fine in the majors -- once he's traded to an organization that returns him to the outfield where he won't have to worry about his defense.

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    1. He was moved because his arm isn't strong enough to play in the outfield at the MLB level. Concerns everywhere.

      And welcome to the site Mike

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