Friday, May 5, 2017

Yankees Statistical Leaders Through 26 Games

It’s hard to believe but before this afternoon’s game with the Chicago Cubs the New York Yankees have already played in a whopping 26 games this season. Aaron Judge has 13 home runs in those 26 games and the Yankees are riding high at the top of the American League East Division. Whether the team can keep up the pace and whether Judge can hit more home runs than Barry Bonds did in 2001, 73 which is a single-season record and a record that Judge is on pace to match or surpass, is a discussion for another day. Instead we’ll just focus on the statistical leaders for the major categories for New York this season as we wait for first pitch inside Wrigley Field here in just a couple hours. Enjoy.

The Yankees Offense

At Bats:

Starlin Castro leads the team with 105 at-bats.


Starlin Castro has played in all 26 games thus far this season.


It’s the Starlin Castro show ladies and gentleman as he also leads the team with 38 hits.


Chase Headley has ended up on second base eight times already after taking his turn at the dish.

Home Runs:

Aaron Judge leads the world and the universe right now with 13 home runs.


A lot of home runs equate to a lot of RBI generally and Judge leads the team with 27 of them.

Batting Average:

Starlin Castro one more time with a .362 average.

The Yankees Pitching


Masahiro Tanaka has four wins. Happy Tanaka Day.


Luis Severino is the only Yankees pitcher in the bullpen or rotation with two losses. Everyone else has either none or just one loss.


Starters: Michael Pineda 3.14.
Bullpen: Chasen Shreve 0.00 in three games and Adam Warren 0.63 in eight games.


Starters: Michael Pineda 37 K’s.
Bullpen: Dellin Betances has 17 K’s in a third of the innings Pineda has.


Aroldis Chapman has six saves. No brainer here though.


Masahiro Tanaka has the Yankees only shutout this season thus far.

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