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About Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller

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Conflicting reports are arising out of the New York Yankees spring training camp on Friday regarding the club's starting center fielder, Aaron Hicks. Newly signed to a contract extension, Hicks has missed the past two weeks with lower back stiffness and soreness. While the 29-year-old stated he felt confident he'd be ready for Opening Day, Yankees... Read More

After being scratched from his Spring Training start on Tuesday, New York Yankees starter Luis Severino went for an MRI on his shoulder. The results revealed rotator cuff inflammation and the club plans to shut him down for two weeks before receiving an injection and resuming his throwing program. Team manager Aaron Boone said it... Read More

The New York Yankees quietly locked up their starting center fielder on Monday, agreeing to a seven-year, $70 million contract extension with Aaron Hicks. The contract includes a club option for the 2026 season, replacing his current one-year deal. Hicks, 29, was acquired from the Minnesota Twins prior to the 2016 season and has been... Read More

New York Yankees first baseman Luke Voit has become something of a legend in his brief stint in the Bronx, as he's become a home run-hitting menace, imposing his will in a takeover of the starting first base job. On Wednesday night, the 27-year-old made his postseason debut and came up huge late. In the... Read More

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge had the first hit of Wednesday night's American League wild-card game in the Bronx. After Luis Severino retired the side in order to kick off the game, the 26-year-old reigning AL Rookie of the Year smashed a two-run home run, giving his team a quick lead. He later spearheaded... Read More

After New York Yankees starter Luis Severino was removed from Wednesday night's American League wild-card game in the fifth inning, manager Aaron Boone went to reliever Dellin Betances. Perhaps entering a game earlier than ever in his professional career, the 30-year-old New York native inherited two base runners, but was brilliant for two innings, retiring all... Read More

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone put his faith in starting pitcher Luis Severino for Wednesday night's American League wild-card game, and the 24-year-old rewarded him. While Severino went just four innings, he struck out seven, allowing just two hits and escaping a major, bases-loaded jam. Severino was much better than last season, when he started... Read More

With the New York Yankees in command Wednesday night in the Bronx, manager Aaron Boone opted to call Justus Sheffield into the game. The 22-year-old, currently the highest-rated prospect in the New York Yankees organization, debuted against the archrival Boston Red Sox. Although his club held a nine-run lead, Sheffield clearly had some jitters, walking... Read More

The New York Yankees delayed the Boston Red Sox's divisional celebration at least for one more night as they pummeled their eternal rivals 10-1 on Wednesday in the Bronx. One of the star performers at the plate was outfielder Aaron Hicks, who recorded two hits and drove in three runs in the winning effort. The... Read More

New York Yankees first baseman Luke Voit's rise has been quite the surprise as he's earned the club's position as the primary first baseman. After sitting out the first game of New York's three-game set against the Boston Red Sox, the 27-year-old went perfect at the plate, recording four hits in four plate appearance. Additionally,... Read More

Feeding off a positive outing his last time out in Minnesota, New York Yankees starter Luis Severino picked up his 18th win of the season Wednesday night, taking down the Red Sox. With Boston once again looking to lock up the American League East division title, the 24-year-old went seven strong innings, allowing just one... Read More

It took nearly three weeks, but Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera recorded his first home run of the month in a 4-0 victory over the New York Mets. Hosting the division rival Wednesday night, Herrera batted sixth and started in left field, smacking a two-run home run in the fourth inning to give his club... Read More

Philadelphia Phillies starter Zach Eflin picked up his second consecutive victory Wednesday night as he shut down the New York Mets in a five-inning effort. The 24-year-old, who won two in a row for the first time since early July, allowed just three hits and three walks. Eflin also struck out nine, his most since... Read More

With 5 2/3 innings under his belt Tuesday night, Philadelphia Phillies ace Aaron Nola was removed from the game, with manager Gabe Kapler calling for Pat Neshek. Neshek would retire the final batter of the inning, earning a victory as a result. It was a disappointing finish for Nola, who allowed two runs on six... Read More

Jorge Alfaro's Blast Seals Victory

Trailing in the sixth inning against the New York Mets Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies catcher Jorge Alfaro stepped to the plate after his club tied things up. The 25-year-old, who lost the starting catcher job earlier this season, drilled a three-run home run to deep left-center field, giving his team a... Read More

The New York Yankees only had three hits against the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night in the Bronx. They still managed to prevail, however, as Neil Walker provided the biggest hit of the game. Starting at first base over Luke Voit and Greg Bird, the 33-year-old stepped up to the plate in the seventh with... Read More

At long last, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge made his return to the starting lineup just in time for the club to host the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night in the Bronx. The 26-year-old, who was out since late July with a wrist injury, batted second and started in right field. The All-Star would... Read More

New York Yankees starter J.A. Happ was originally scheduled to make his second start in a Yankees uniform against the archrival Boston Red Sox but would be placed on the DL beforehand. On Tuesday night, however, he finally took the mound as a Yankee against the Red Sox and did quite well. The 35-year-old went... Read More

Starting at shortstop once again, Philadelphia Phillies infielder J.P. Crawford managed just one hit in three plate appearances, but it was a major one. In the fifth inning, with the Phillies trailing four runs to none, the 23-year-old stepped up with the bases loaded and drilled a three-run triple, pulling the club to within a... Read More

Make that five consecutive starts for Philadelphia Phillies starter Jake Arrieta without a quality start. The 32-year-old started against the New York Mets Monday night, going just five innings and surrendering four runs on nine hits, walking one and striking out six. While the Phillies offense eventually came around to tie the game, the club... Read More

Arriving in New York to aid the outfield, Yankees outfielder Andrew McCutchen has struggled immensely with his new club. The former N.L. MVP is hitting just .152 in 11 games with the Yankees, continuing the struggles that struck him in San Francisco. On Wednesday night, once again batting from the leadoff spot, he struck out... Read More

Greg Bird Breaks Up No-Hitter

The New York Yankees offense did not show up in Wednesday night's series finale against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. While struggling ace Luis Severino pitched quite well, the offense failed to record a hit through the first seven innings. After Luke Voit reached on a walk with one out, however, fellow first baseman... Read More

For the first time in a long time, New York Yankees ace Luis Severino seemed to be his old self Wednesday night in Minnesota. Taking on the Twins, the struggling right-hander allowed just one run in 5 2/3 innings of work, his least amount of runs surrendered since July 1st. While this kind of start... Read More

With Philadelphia Phillies infielder Asdrubal Cabrera starting at third and Scott Kingery having the night off, shortstop J.P. Crawford enjoyed a rare start at shortstop. Batting seventh, the 23-year-old led the club with three hits, including a fifth-inning home run that accounted for Philadelphia's lone run of the game. It was the first three-hit game of... Read More

Alongside the rest of the Philadelphia Phillies offense, outfielder Odubel Herrera has fallen on seriously hard times as the club's playoff hopes die out. The 26-year-old, who's notched career highs in home runs and RBI, seemed headed for an all-around fantastic season early on. In late June, he was hitting in the .300s, but a... Read More

While Philadelphia Phillies ace Aaron Nola continues to be one of the leading candidates to win the NL Cy Young Award this season, he, alongside the rest of his teammates, is slumping this month. The 25-year-old, seeking to avoid a three-game sweep to the Washington Nationals, lasted just five innings, surrendering four runs on six... Read More

While the New York Yankees suffered an ugly 10-5 defeat to the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night, the continuing improvement of shortstop Didi Gregorius was a bright spot. The 28-year-old, who's slowly returning to full-time status, smacked a grand slam in the sixth inning, cutting his club's giant deficit to five runs. This came after... Read More

Perhaps with an eye toward the American League wild-card game, the New York Yankees re-inserted Sonny Gray into the starting rotation in a possible attempt to line up their rotation just right for three weeks from now. Gray, who's had a season to forget, only lasted three innings Tuesday night, surrendering three runs, all coming... Read More

Philadelphia Phillies catcher Wilson Ramos, who starred in his first game with the club, once again played a prominent role in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader. The American League All-Star knocked in two of his club's six runs against the Washington Nationals, recording three hits after sitting out the first game of the day.... Read More

The Philadelphia Phillies' playoff chances are looking bleaker by the day and Tuesday night's game against the Washington Nationals felt like a major blow. The club, coming off a loss in the first game of the day, held a 6-3 lead heading into the ninth inning. Seranthony Dominguez, who first entered the game in the... Read More

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