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Call to the Pen Oct 14, 2020

New York Yankees: Management Offers Unclear Support for Gary Sanchez

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone and GM Brian Cashman offered confusing support for Gary Sanchez’s future during a press conference on Wednesday. Just a few seasons ago, New York Yankees‘ management and fans alike offered remarkable confidence in Gary Sanchez as the longtime catcher for the Bronx Bombers. Sanchez was the present and the […] New York Yankees: Management Offers Unclear Support for Gary Sanchez - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NorthJersey.com Oct 14, 2020
Brian Cashman noncommittal on Gary Sanchez's future, discusses Yankees payroll crunch

Brian Cashman noncommittal on Gary Sanchez's future, discusses Yankees payroll crunch

After another tough season with the Yankees, Gary Sanchez's future is in doubt as Brian Cashman did not commit to him being the No. 1 catcher.        
Newsday Oct 14, 2020

Brian Cashman no longer saying Gary Sanchez is the Yankees' No. 1 catcher

He made that declaration in spring training, but now is keeping options open after Sanchez had a poor year and sat for most of the postseason with Kyle Higashioka in the starting lineup.
Brian Cashman says Yankees will evaluate whether Gary Sanchez remains starting catcher after inconsistent season

Brian Cashman says Yankees will evaluate whether Gary Sanchez remains starting catcher after inconsistent season

Gary Sanchez’s future with the Yankees is a fair question, Yankees GM Brian Cashman said Wednesday.
Call to the Pen Oct 11, 2020

New York Yankees: What to do with Gary Sanchez

The New York Yankees will have to make a decision this offseason when it comes to Gary Sanchez. To call the 2020 season a disaster for Gary Sanchez would be an understatement. The New York Yankees catcher had not only struggled during the course of the season, but had been deposed as the starter by […] New York Yankees: What to do with Gary Sanchez - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Newsday Oct 9, 2020

Gary Sanchez's future with the Yankees is very much up in the air

when the Yankees faced the Rays in the deciding Game 5 of the ALDS on Friday night, the slumping Sanchez did not start for the fourth time in five games.
Newsday Oct 8, 2020

Aaron Boone again benches Gary Sanchez, starts Kyle Higashioka at catcher for Yankees in ALDS Game 4 vs. Rays

Higashioka is the better defensive catcher and has been producing offensively, while Sanchez has not hit well this season and entered Thursday with a .173 batting average in 29 postseason games.
Newsday Oct 7, 2020

Yankees manager Aaron Boone sits Gary Sanchez for Game 3, turns back to Kyle Higashioka

The Yankees manager believes that Higashioka is "just playing really good baseball. He's been really good behind the plate."
NorthJersey.com Oct 7, 2020
Yankees' catching situation day-to-day, and Game 5 starter too early to name vs. Rays

Yankees' catching situation day-to-day, and Game 5 starter too early to name vs. Rays

Gary Sanchez's struggles appear to be catching up to him as the Yankees are opting for Kyle Higashioka for Game 3.        
Newsday Oct 1, 2020

Yankees score two in ninth to win wild Game 2 over Cleveland and advance to ALDS

Gary Sanchez's sacrifice fly tied it and DJ LeMahieu hit the go-ahead single to send the Yankees to San Diego to face their AL East rival, the Rays, in the ALDS.
Gary Sanchez will get start in Game 2 of wild-card series (batting 9th)

Gary Sanchez will get start in Game 2 of wild-card series (batting 9th)

This is the first time in his career Sanchez has ever started a game hitting in the last spot in the order.
Newsday Sep 30, 2020

Gary Sanchez returns behind the plate for Game 2 against Cleveland

Yankees manager Aaron Boone knows his catcher, who will bat ninth, is capable of having an impact.
Newsday Sep 29, 2020

With Gerrit Cole on mound, Kyle Higashioka starts over Gary Sanchez behind plate for Yankees' wild card opener

Cole and Higashioka have meshed, resulting in Aaron Boone changing mind about personal catchers.

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