Yankees Position Players Report: Everything You Need to Know

The Yankees have a few question marks heading into the 2019 season. Who will start at catcher? Who will be the everyday left fielder? And can Giancarlo Stanton stay healthy for a full season? We take a look at all the position players and what to expect from them this season.

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Who is reporting?

The Yankees have several position players reporting to spring training this week. Among those reporting are outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, catcher Gary Sanchez, and infielders Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar.

Who is not reporting?

Players who have not yet reported to camp include:

Pitchers Luis Cessa, Zack Britton, Tommy Kahnle, Aroldis Chapman and Masahiro Tanaka

Catchers Gary Sanchez and Kyle Higashioka

infielders Gio Urshela, DJ LeMahieu, Miguel Andujar and Luke Voit

outfielders Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge and Clint Frazier

When do they report?

The Yankees have 27 position players (including four non-roster invitees) reporting to spring training this year. They will have their first full-squad workout on February 23.

What time is the first workout?

The first workout for pitchers and catchers is always Feb. 14, the day before Valentine’s Day. Position players report on Feb. 17, and the first full-squad workout is Feb. 18.

What time is the first full-squad workout?

The first full-squad workout is at 1:05 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, the same day pitchers and catchers have their first official workout

Where do they report?

The New York Yankees will have their position players report to Spring Training on February 12th. The first workout for position players will be on February 13th. The Yankees will have their first exhibition game on February 23rd against the Detroit Tigers.

What is the address of the facility?

The 2019 Yankees Spring Training will be held at George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida. The address is 1 Steinbrenner Dr, Tampa, FL 33614.

What is the phone number?

The official phone number for the Yankees is 718-293-4300.

How do they report?

The New York Yankees have a lot of talent on their roster. They have a great mix of veterans and young players. They are a team that is always in contention for the playoffs. The Yankees have a lot of depth at every position. They also have a great farm system.

What is the reporting date?

The first mandatory reporting date for Yankees’ position players is February 23.
This is when pitchers and catchers report.
The first full-squad workout is on February 28.

What is the physical reporting date?

The reporting date for Yankees position players is February 18.
All players must report to spring training no later than February 18, with the exception of those who are participating in the World Baseball Classic.
Players who participated in the WBC must report to spring training within 72 hours of their team’s elimination from the tournament.

What do they need to bring?

The New York Yankees have had a busy offseason, adding new position players to the roster. The most notable addition is slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who came over from the Miami Marlins in a trade. The Yankees also signed third baseman Todd Frazier and second baseman Starlin Castro. These are just a few of the new faces that will be suiting up for the Yankees in 2018. So, what do they need to bring to the team?

What medical records need to be brought?

Players need to bring the following immunization records to Spring Training:
-1 Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine given on or after the first birthday AND a second MMR given at least 28 days later; OR a blood test proving immunity
-2 Varicella vaccines given on or after the first birthday OR a blood test proving immunity
-3 Pneumococcal vaccines (PCV13 and PPSV23)
-Tdap vaccine (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
-Meningococcal vaccine (MCV4)
-If the player is 26 years of age or younger
-Influenza vaccine given within the last 12 months

What other documentation needs to be brought?

Other than the aforementioned physical, the Yankees will also need to see the following documentation from each position player:
-A recent photograph
-An up-to-date medical history
-A list of any allergies or medical conditions

Failure to bring any of the required documentation could result in delays or even a player being unable to participate in spring training. So be sure to have everything in order before heading to camp.

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