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James Paxton

SP | New York Yankees
Bats / Throws: L / L
Age: 30 (1988-11-06)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 235 lbs.

2019 Stats Snapshot

IPWSOERAWHIPSVFIP
29.02---3.1031.138---2.41

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
5578$185.58+23.0
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1 day agoWhile he wouldn't emerge with a victory Sunday afternoon in the Bronx, New York Yankees left-hander James Paxton had a second consecutive masterful performance. The 30-year-old, coming off a dominant start against the Red Sox, pitched six shutout innings, allowing three hits, one of which came as he started the seventh inning. Paxton also struck out 12 for the second consecutive time. While he exited with a five-run lead, his bullpen shockingly allowed six runs in the eighth, wiping out his victory. His record remains 2-2, while his ERA is now down to 3.10 on the year.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
Source: NY Post

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats

Historical Split Stats

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
SplitIPHSOBBERAFIPWHIPHRK/9BB/9BABIP
vL7.081212.5710.531.286015.41.30.471
vR17.7142572.5472.931.189212.73.60.316
HOME19.792930.4580.760.61013.31.40.237
AWAY9.3161458.6795.892.25313.54.80.542
vL23.7333876.0852.611.69314.52.70.484
vR113.385149303.1763.281.0151711.82.40.273
HOME86.066112193.3493.030.9881211.72.00.281
AWAY74.36896234.2383.471.2241111.62.80.322
vL23.0172241.1741.90.91300.10.60.266
vR92.083110303.9133.021.22890.10.30.318
HOME77.06190252.4552.931.11760.10.30.294
AWAY59.05266123.6612.191.08530.10.60.304
vL18.7211172.4113.791.510.20.30.317
vR87.310092175.1532.851.3480.10.60.367
HOME55.75954103.5572.681.2440.10.60.329
AWAY65.37563143.9952.91.36250.10.50.361
vL11.022131095.872.90920.10.10.488
vR44.33733183.6544.341.24150.20.30.246
HOME35.03728153.8574.311.48640.10.30.367
AWAY32.03028143.9384.331.37540.10.30.299

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James Paxton Chatroom

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @Feinsand: Paxton accomplishes rare Yankees feat vs. Royals. https://t.co/L9TGIjDMUC
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: Paxton last 2 starts has thrown 14 shutout innings (Red Sox and Royals) allowing 5 hits and 2 walks with 24 strikeo… https://t.co/17cORBAKiE
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @BryanHoch: RT @YankeesPR: .@James_Paxton is the first Yankee and 11th pitcher all-time to strike out at least 12 batters and allow zero runs in consec…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: RT @YankeesPR: .@James_Paxton is the first Yankee and 11th pitcher all-time to strike out at least 12 batters and allow zero runs in consec…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @BryanHoch: RT @YankeesPR: .@James_Paxton joins David Cone (6/7/98 vs. Florida-14K, 6/14/98 vs. Cleveland-12K) as the only pitchers in Yankees history…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: RT @YankeesPR: .@James_Paxton joins David Cone (6/7/98 vs. Florida-14K, 6/14/98 vs. Cleveland-12K) as the only pitchers in Yankees history…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: 12 Ks through six innings for Paxton. He had 12 last game, too.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: For those starting to wonder if Paxton could get to 20 K, it should be noted that he's already thrown 83 pitches. H… https://t.co/FUXnFXqfzr
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: Since Merrifield's leadoff single in the first, Paxton has retired 15 of 16, 11 by K. And the one hit was originall… https://t.co/nWoWiEd0GT
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: That's five scoreless innings so far for Paxton, who has struck out 11. It's his 13th career double-digit strikeout… https://t.co/q1qWqM3YA1
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: Paxton must be losing it a little. He didn't strike out Duda.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: Nine strikeouts through four innings for Paxton, who has recorded each of his last seven outs via K. More important… https://t.co/DKCAx7k1VX
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: Make that 6 Ks through three innings for Paxton, who has struck out four straight batters.
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @Feinsand: James Paxton picking up where he left off against the Red Sox in his last start. The lefty has three strikeouts in… https://t.co/nEb71JONeZ
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @BryanHoch: RT @NYBBWAA: Paxton: 'We want to beat Boston every time' by @BryanHoch for @MLB: Lefty fans 12, yields just two hits over eight dominant fr…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @BryanHoch: Paxton: 'We want to beat Boston every time’ https://t.co/DFjgxcuCHz
    Posted 7 days ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: RT @eboland11: Paxton: "It’s a big deal because it’s against Boston, especially being here, we want to beat Boston every time. And it was a…
    Posted 7 days ago
  • @BryanHoch: Ballgame. James Paxton enjoyed his introduction to the rivalry, all right. 12 K’s for the Big Maple, while Mike Tau… https://t.co/V9q0HB8EJv
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @BryanHoch: RT @ktsharp: James Paxton is 1st pitcher in Yankees history with 12+ K and 2 Hits or fewer allowed vs Red Sox at Yankee Stadium (old or new…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @BryanHoch: Yeah, give James Paxton a hand.

    8 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 12 K, 1 HBP (110 pitches, 78 strikes)
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @BryanHoch: Paxton gets out of it, with two flyouts to Judge and a strikeout of Moreland.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @BryanHoch: Aaron Judge jumped for it, but Xander Bogaerts' drive hit the top of the right-field fence, then bounced back in. B… https://t.co/M6aLBcbLpj
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: Paxton just hit 99 on the fastball to Nunez. Struck out 4 of the first 6. This seems to be the Paxton that all the fuss is about.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: RT @YankeesWFAN: Who sees pitch tipping first and why? It’s in here as we get ready for James Paxton’s first Yankees-Red Sox start. https:…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @YankeesWFAN: Who sees pitch tipping first and why? It’s in here as we get ready for James Paxton’s first Yankees-Red Sox start. https://t.co/mXe8Xdl3E6
    Posted 1 week ago

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

New York Yankees Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Estevan Florial (OF)
  2. Jonathan Loaisiga (SP)
  3. Everson Pereira (OF)
  4. Blake Rutherford (OF)
  5. Anthony Seigler (C)
  6. Albert Abreu (SP)
  7. Garrett Whitlock (SP)
  8. Michael King (SP)
  9. Nick Nelson (SP)
  10. Dermis Garcia (1B/RHP)

Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGGSIPWHSOBBERAFIPWHIPK/9BB/9BABIP
20195529.02254383.1032.411.13813.32.50.355
20182828160.311134208423.7613.241.09811.72.40.301
20172424136.012113156372.9782.611.1030.10.40.299
20162020121.06134117243.79331.3060.10.60.346
2015131367.036756293.89641.4330.10.30.333
2014131374.066059293.04131.2030.10.30.268
20134424.03152171.530.9170.10.40.203

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