Monday, April 28, 2014

A Look At The Yankees Leaders Through A Month

The Yankees are off today so no better time to look at the Yankees leaders in stats through almost a month of baseball. Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran are still plastered all over the leader board while Masahiro Tanaka is living up to all the hype. Without further delay let's get to the stats:

Games Played:

25 games for Jacoby Ellsbury making him the only player to get into every single Yankees game this season. 

At Bats:

93 at bats for Jacoby Ellsbury and Alfonso Soriano

Runs Scored:

Carlos Beltran has 14 to lead the team.


Jacoby Ellsbury  leads the way with 29 hits 


Carlos Beltran leads the team with nine doubles

Home Runs:

Carlos Beltran has five home runs to lead the Bronx Bombers


Carlos Beltran and Yangervis Solarte each have lucky number 13 in  RBI's


Ichiro Suzuki leads the team with a .333 batting average, which is encouraging, but the Yankee regular leading the way in average is Jacoby Ellsbury with a .312 average. 


Masahiro Tanaka and CC Sabathia both have three wins a piece to lead the pitching staff. 


CC Sabathia, Michael Pineda, Hiroki Kuroda, and recently injured Ivan Nova all have two losses for the Yanks. 


Not counting Matt Daley and Cesar Cabral's 27.00 ERA's or Dean Anna's 18.00 ERA, or Bruce Billings 9.00 ERA, or injured Ivan Nova's 8.97 ERA brings us to the man that replaced Nova in Vidal Nuno's 6.59 ERA. The lowest Yankee ERA is David Robertson's 0.00 ERA. Dellin Betances has a 0.77 ERA and the lowest Yankee starters ERA is Michael Pineda's 1.83 ERA. 


Masahrio Tanaka has a staggering 46 K's to start his major league career

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