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About Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller

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Joe Panik Signs With New York Mets

After having been let go by the San Francisco Giants and in light of recent news regarding Robinson Cano, the New York Mets signed infielder Joe Panik Friday for infield versatility. The New York native spent the first six seasons of his career with the Giants, earning an All-Star selection and winning a World Series.... Read More

6 months ago

Mike Tauchman Stays Hot In Another Victory

Alongside Giovanny Urshela, New York Yankees outfielder Mike Tauchman has been at the center of this season-high nine-game winning streak. The 28-year-old once again starred as the Yankees took down the Toronto Blue Jays, 12-6 in Canada Thursday night. He connected on his 11th home run of the season and later drove in two more... Read More

6 months ago

Giovanny Urshela Homers Twice Again

New York Yankees infielder Giovanny Urshela cannot be stopped at the moment, leading the offensive barrage in a 12-6 victory Thursday night at the Rogers Centre. The 27-year-old hit two home runs for the second night in a row, becoming only the second third baseman in MLB history to homer twice and drive in four... Read More

6 months ago

Domingo German Stumbles In 15th Victory

While he improved his record on the season to a remarkable 15-2, New York Yankees starter Domingo German didn't have a good game Thursday night in Toronto. The 27-year-old tossed four shutout innings to begin, but ran into major trouble in the fifth, surrendering three extra-base hits and four runs, one unearned. It would be... Read More

6 months ago

James Paxton Posts Second Consecutive Quality Start

With the offense mauling the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday night, New York Yankees starter James Paxton easily handled business on the mound. The 30-year-old went six innings for the second consecutive time, going 6 2/3 innings and allowing just one run on five hits. Paxton struck out seven and allowed a home run in the 108-pitch... Read More

6 months ago

Cameron Maybin Records Four Hits In Victory

For the first time in over two years, New York Yankees outfielder Cameron Maybin enjoyed a four-hit night as the club took down the Orioles, 14-2 Wednesday night. The 32-year-old clocked his seventh home run of the season, driving in two runs on the night. Maybin is just four home runs away from setting a... Read More

6 months ago

Kyle Higashioka Homers Twice, Drives In Five

New York Yankees catcher Kyle Higashioka had a career night Wednesday against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. The usual minor league catcher, who's serving as the current backup due to Gary Sanchez's injury, homered twice and drove in a game-high five runs as part of a New York beat down of the Orioles. The... Read More

6 months ago

Giovanny Urshela Returns, Homers Twice In Win

The New York Yankees finished off a three-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles with a dominant, 14-2 victory Wednesday night at Camden Yards. Returning infielder Giovanny Urshela returned right back to form, recording three hits and driving in four runs. Two of those hits were home runs as the Yankees took an early and never... Read More

6 months ago

Michael Conforto Goes Deep Twice In Victory

New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto drove in three runs Wednesday afternoon as his club won their sixth consecutive game, taking down the Marlins. After having his worst offensive month of the season in June, Conforto has been superb, hitting .294 with nine home runs and 23 RBI in his last 30 games. On Wednesday,... Read More

6 months ago

Peter Alonso Smacks Home Run In Third Straight Game

The New York Mets extended their most recent winning streak to six games in a row behind effective pitching and hot batting. Rookie sensation Peter Alonso was at the forefront of the offensive effort as he enjoyed a third consecutive game with a home run. The 24-year-old is right in the thick of the home... Read More

6 months ago

Steven Matz Returns To Winning Ways

Across the last two weeks, New York Mets starter Steven Matz was charged with the only loss the club has taken. On Wednesday afternoon, he redeemed himself, recording his third quality start in four tries as the Mets won another game to remain the hottest team in baseball. Matz, 28, went 6 2/3 innings, surrendering... Read More

6 months ago

Adam Ottavino Goes Two Innings To Record Save

New York Yankees reliever Adam Ottavino went two innings at Camden Yards Tuesday night to record his first save with his current club. The former member of the Colorado Rockies surrendered one hit and struck out two in what was a comfortable appearance. The Yankees scored twice in the ninth to make it a more... Read More

6 months ago

Mike Tauchman Continues Red-Hot Stretch

At this very moment in time, there may not be a hotter player on the New York Yankees than outfielder Mike Tauchman. The 28-year-old, who's batting .385 in his last 30 games, went yard again Tuesday night, this time to open the scoring. He later made a spectacular catch in left field to rob a... Read More

6 months ago

Austin Romine Drives In Three As Yankees Win Another

While New York Yankees All-Star catcher Gary Sanchez is poised to return this week, temporary starter Austin Romine is performing better than expected. The career-long backup recorded three hits Tuesday night at Camden Yards as the Yankees recorded their seventh consecutive victory, 9-4. Romine drilled a two-run double in the fourth to increase his club's... Read More

6 months ago

Wilson Ramos's Blast Seals Victory

New York Mets catcher Wilson Ramos smacked a three-run blast Tuesday night that effectively sealed his club's victory over the Miami Marlins at Citi Field. The 31-year-old recorded just one hit on the night, but it was this third-inning bomb to center. Ramos has gotten off to a much better August after a very disappointing... Read More

6 months ago

Zack Wheeler Goes Eight Strong As Mets Win Again

The red-hot New York Mets won yet again, taking down the lowly Miami Marlins behind the arm of Zack Wheeler. The right-hander who was seemingly on his way out of Flushing prior to the trade deadline, went eight shutout innings, allowing eight hits and a walk while striking out five. The performance extended his scoreless... Read More

6 months ago

Gleyber Torres Exits Early

New York Yankees infielder Gleyber Torres is clearly still suffering from the injury he sustained Sunday night against the Red Sox. The 22-year-old exited Tuesday's game in the third inning, being replaced by Breyvic Valera. Torres appeared to have suffered a core issue Sunday night, exiting early and even going to the hospital. While he... Read More

6 months ago

J.D. Davis Starts Rally For Red-Hot Mets

The New York Mets erased a late two-run deficit to pull off another victory and inch closer into the playoff picture. A seventh-inning rally is the reason why, and it was kicked off by outfielder J.D. Davis. The 26-year-old drilled a solo home run to cut the deficit to one. It was one of three... Read More

6 months ago

Peter Alonso's Game-Winning Blast Pulls Mets Over .500

The hottest team in baseball recorded their 12th win in 13 games Monday night, sweeping a doubleheader against the Miami Marlins. The New York Mets erased a three-run deficit, with first baseman Peter Alonso's solo blast breaking the tie. It was New York's third home run in the seventh inning. For Alonso, it was his... Read More

6 months ago

Mike Ford Smacks Game-Winning Home Run

Back with the New York Yankees for the first time since a July cameo due to injuries, first baseman Mike Ford had the biggest hit of his career Monday night. The 27-year-old smacked a solo home run in the eighth, breaking a 6-6 tie against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. Ford, who was recalled... Read More

6 months ago

Mike Tauchman Goes Deep Twice As Yankees Win Again

The New York Yankees' 2019 season has been defined by numerous injuries and unsung heroes coming out of nowhere. One of them has been outfielder Mike Tauchman, who was the final player to make the opening day roster and has made the most of his playing time. With all the injuries thrusting Tauchman into a... Read More

6 months ago

Brett Gardner Records Three Hits In Yankees Win

The New York Yankees reeled off a sixth consecutive victory Monday night against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. While the club scored nine runs, veteran outfielder Brett Gardner led the way with three hits from the six-spot. In the sixth inning he hit one of five home runs on the night for the Yankees,... Read More

6 months ago

Jeff McNeil Exits With Injury

The New York Mets were dealt another injury blow in the second game of Monday's doubleheader with the Miami Marlins. Hours after learning that Robinson Cano would potentially miss the rest of the season with a torn hamstring, utility player Jeff McNeil would exit the nightcap early. McNeil, one of the best hitters in baseball,... Read More

6 months ago

Robinson Cano Has Torn Hamstring

Just as he was beginning to pick up his performance at the plate, New York Mets infielder Robinson Cano could be sidelined for the remainder of the season. The 36-year-old landed on the IL Monday and MRI results revealed a torn left hamstring. There is no timetable for his return and he could very well... Read More

6 months ago

Robinson Cano Lands On IL

After exiting Sunday's game with a hamstring injury, New York Mets infielder Robinson Cano was placed on the injured list Monday afternoon. The 36-year-old has been much better lately, hitting .307 over the last 30 games. He had recorded three hits on the day prior to the injury. In correlation to the move, the Mets... Read More

6 months ago

Giovanny Urshela, Gleyber Torres Exit Early With Injuries

While the New York Yankees buried the Boston Red Sox Sunday night at Yankee Stadium, they once again suffered some injuries that added to the concerns that have seemingly been in effect all season. The first injury seemed to occur in the opening frame of the game, as infield All-Star Gleyber Torres appeared to wince... Read More

6 months ago

Aaron Judge Blasts Home Run In Sunday Win

The New York Yankees wrapped up a four-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox Sunday night in the Bronx by beating up on a familiar opposing pitcher. It all started in the first inning, as struggling slugger Aaron Judge belted a solo home run off David Price. It was Judge's first home run in 15... Read More

6 months ago

Steven Matz Can't Escape Fourth In Defeat

The strong starting pitching of the New York Mets took a hit Friday night as Steven Matz was knocked around in Pittsburgh. The New York native tossed just 3 2/3 innings, allowing five runs on six hits and a walk. He struck out four, but after 65 pitches he was done and eventually took the... Read More

6 months ago

Aroldis Chapman Enjoys Smooth Outing In Save

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman hasn't been quite right since the All-Star break, but had his easiest appearance since then on Friday night. Taking on the Boston Red Sox, the All-Star tossed just nine pitches and allowed no runners on base in New York's 4-2 victory. He even struck out a batter en route... Read More

6 months ago

Gleyber Torres Launches Grand Slam In Victory

For eight innings of Friday night's game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, no runs were scored. All the action occurred in the first, as the Red Sox jumped out to a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the frame, however, infield prodigy Gleyber Torres drilled a grand slam that rocked Yankee... Read More

6 months ago

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