Tuesday, April 8, 2014

A Look At The Yankees Leaders After Seven Games

Here is just a quick look at the New York Yankees leaders in the major categories after seven games of the 2014 season. I know it is a small sample size to look at but maybe when you mix this in with spring training stats it could mean something, or maybe not. Either way here it is in all it's glory.

Games Played:

Seven games each for Brian Roberts and Jacoby Ellsbury

At Bats:

25 each for Brian McCann and Jacoby Ellsbury

Runs Scored:

Four each for Brett Gardner, Yangervis Solarte, and Ichiro Suzuki


Yangervis Solarte and Jacoby Ellsbury  lead the way with nine hits already


Yangervis Solarte leads the team with four doubles

Home Runs:

Brett Gardner is still the only "Bronx Bomber" with a home run in 2014


Yangervis Solarte leads the team with six runs batted in


The Yangervis Solarte show continues with his .450 average


Masahiro Tanaka, CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda, and Ivan Nova all have one victory each. Hiroki Kuroda has pitched well enough to have two wins already in my opinion.


CC Sabathia deserved his one loss this season, Michael Pineda and Hiroki Kuroda didn't. That's baseball I guess.


David "Gofer Ball" Phelps has the highest Yankees ERA with a 9.82 ERA and the lowest belongs to Shawn Kelley, Dellin Betances, Matt Thornton, Vidal Nuno, David Robertson, and Adam Warren who all have 0.00 ERA's. Michael Pineda has the lowest ERA among starters with a 1.50 ERA.


CC Sabathia has the most K's among the rotation with 12, which makes sense since he has had two starts already. Masahiro Tanaka had eight K's in his debut which is good for second on the team. Hiroki Kuroda has had two starts this season and has 9 K's.

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