What Yankees Are on the DL?

Get the latest update on which New York Yankees are currently on the disabled list.

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Yankees with Injuries

The Yankees have had a rough start to the season with injuries. Several key players are currently on the disabled list, including shortstop Didi Gregorius, catcher Gary Sanchez, and outfielders Aaron Hicks and Jacoby Ellsbury. This has left the team struggling to find replacements.

Starting Lineup

The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in the Bronx, New York City. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. The Yankees began play in the 1901 season as the Baltimore Orioles. In 1903, Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased the franchise after it ceased operations and moved it to New York City, renaming the club the New York Highlanders. The Highlanders were officially renamed the Yankees in 1913.

The team is notorious for having a large number of players on the disabled list (DL), which is a common occurrence in baseball. As of August 2018, the Yankees have 14 players on their DL, including star players such as Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez. Here is a full list of Yankees currently on the DL:

1. Aaron Judge – Outfielder
2. Gary Sanchez – Catcher
3. Greg Bird – First baseman
4. Clint Frazier – Outfielder
5. Billy McKinney – Outfielder
6. Jacoby Ellsbury – Outfielder
7. Troy Tulowitzki – Shortstop
8. Giovanny Urshela – Third baseman
9 .Tim Lopes – infielder/outfielder
10 .Luis Cessa – pitcher 11 .Miguel Andujar- third baseman 12 . Dellin Betances- pitcher 13 . Jordan Montgomery- pitcher 14 . CC Sabathia- pitcher

Pitching Rotation

The New York Yankees have been hit hard by injuries this season, especially in their pitching rotation. Here is a list of the Yankees pitchers who are currently on the disabled list:

-Jordan Montgomery (elbow)
-Luis Severino (shoulder)
-CC Sabathia (knee)
-Domingo Germán (hip)

How Long Will They Be Out?

The New York Yankees have been hit hard by the injury bug this season. So far, they have had over a dozen players land on the disabled list. Some of these players are key contributors to the team and their absence has been felt. How long will they be out? Let’s take a look.

Return Dates

return dates are not yet known.
-Aaron Hicks (back)
-Luis Severino (shoulder)
-CC Sabathia (knee)
-Greg Bird (foot)
-Troy Tulowitzki (calf)

Updates

How Will This Impact the Team?

The New York Yankees have had a rough start to the season, and things just got worse. Three more Yankees have been added to the disabled list, including star outfielder Aaron Judge. How will this affect the team? Let’s take a look.

Depth Charts

The New York Yankees have had a rash of injuries this season, with several key players spending time on the disabled list. This has left the team scrambling to fill holes in the lineup and has put strain on the depth of the roster. How will this impact the team?

The Yankees have been forced to rely on more bench players and minor leaguers than they would like, and as a result, the team has had to make some changes to their depth chart. The most notable change is that former top prospect Gleyber Torres has been promoted to the starting lineup in place of second baseman Starlin Castro, who is out with an injury.

Other depth chart adjustments include moving utility player Ronald Torreyes into the starting shortstop role, and shifting third baseman Chase Headley to first base. These changes have not been easy for the team, but they have been able to maintain a high level of play thanks to their depth and versatility.

Looking forward, it is uncertain when or if all of the Yankees’ injured players will be able to return to the lineup. However, with a strong bench and minor league system, the team is prepared to deal with whatever challenges lie ahead.

Replacement Players

With several key players out with injuries, the Yankees will have to rely on some replacement players to fill in the gaps. Here are some of the players who will be stepping up to fill in for the injured Yankees:

Billy McKinney – OF
Miguel Andujar – 3B
Clint Frazier – OF
Tyler Wade – 2B/SS
Gleyber Torres – SS

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