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Runs
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Home Runs
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Runs Batted In
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Stolen Bases
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Batting Average
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2022 336.52.7 74 12 46 67 4 .261
2021 3932.6 84 10 57 73 4 .268
3y Avg. 3102.9 66 11 43 53 4 .281
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Likely to bat leadoff?

    LeMahieu is Yankees manager Aaron Boone's preference to bat leadoff, the skipper intimated to Marly Rivera of ESPN.com on Wednesday. LeMahieu might not even technically have a set starting spot, but he'll essentially be an everyday player if healthy and all indications are that he's past last year's toe issue. The veteran infielder has some bounce-back potential in fantasy if he is indeed placed at the top of the batting order, as he'll have tremendous runs and batting average upside.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Deems self fully healthy for camp

    LeMahieu (toe) confirmed Sunday that he's 100 percent for spring training and will face no limitations during camp, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. LeMahieu's comments about his own health come just a few days after Yankees manager Aaron Boone confirmed that he expects the 34-year-old to be ready to go for the start of the regular season. Due to his veteran status, LeMahieu may not be worked into Grapefruit League games as soon as some of the other Yankees position players who are attending big-league camp, but the infielder should be able to get in the reps he needs to prepare himself for the season. According to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, Boone said Wednesday that he envisions Anthony Rizzo, Gleyber Torres and Josh Donaldson serving as the team's primary starters at first base, second base and third base, respectively, but LeMahieu is expected to retain a near-everyday role while roving between all three positions and designated hitter.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Expected to be ready for season

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone expects LeMahieu (toe) to be ready for the start of the 2023 season, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. LeMahieu has been spotted early in the spring taking grounders at third base, and he reportedly looks to be back at full health after missing the end of the 2022 season because of a broken right toe. The infielder notably struggled while trying to play through the injury, leading to him finishing the campaign with a .261/.337/.337 slash line over 541 plate appearances. A healthy campaign could see the 34-year-old ascend back to previous levels, but there's a good chance LeMahieu is only a one-category player at this stage of his career.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Looks healthy for spring

    LeMahieu (toe) was spotted taking grounders at third base during the Yankees' team workout Monday, Erik Boland of Newsday reports. Though only pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to the Yankees' facility in Florida at this stage of spring training, LeMahieu is already in camp and looks to be back to full health after he was sidelined with a broken right toe for New York's postseason run last fall. LeMahieu was able to avoid offseason surgery and treated the injury through rest and rehab. Before being shut down with the fractured toe, LeMahieu struggled mightily down the stretch while playing through the injury, ultimately finishing the 2022 regular season with a .261/.337/.377 slash line, 12 home runs and four stolen bases across 541 plate appearances. The 34-year-old should reclaim an everyday role in the infield to begin 2023 now that he's healed up, but he could be at risk of moving further down in the lineup after making 89 of his 116 starts in 2022 out of the leadoff spot.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: No surgery required

    LeMahieu will avoid surgery on his broken toe, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. The injury forced LeMahieu to miss the postseason, but the offseason rest appears to be doing its job. The veteran infielder has already been able to run, hit and field, so his availability for the start of spring training doesn't seem to be at much risk.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Won't return for ALCS

    The Yankees didn't include LeMahieu (toe) on their American League Championship Series roster ahead of the team's Game 1 matchup with the Astros on Wednesday. After taking live batting practice Tuesday, LeMahieu was hopeful to return to action for the ALCS, but the Yankees instead decided to include rookie Oswald Peraza on the roster to fill out their infield ranks. LeMahieu, who missed all five games of the American League Division Series victory over the Guardians, will likely continue to ramp up his activities in the days to come as he works to prove to the Yankees that he's made enough progress in his recovery from the right toe injury to contribute during the World Series, should New York advance.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Traveling to Cleveland

    LeMahieu (toe) will travel with the Yankees to Cleveland, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. LeMahieu is dealing with a ligament injury to his right second toe and will join the Yankees in Cleveland in hopes of being ready to go for the ALCS if they advance. The 34-year-old is not nursing a fractured foot as had been previously reported, making it more likely that he can return at some point this postseason.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Out with fractured foot

    LeMahieu will miss the ALDS due to a foot fracture, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. The injury may not be particularly bad as far as foot fractures go, as LeMahieu is not yet ruled out for future rounds (should the Yankees advance). The issue makes it difficult for the infielder to pivot, however, so he'll be unable to play for at least the next week, and it's very possible he doesn't wind up getting cleared to return for the postseason. The injury will be a hit to the Yankees' infield depth, though the team still has plenty of options without him.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Gets afternoon off

    LeMahieu will be on the bench for the first half of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rangers. With the Yankees locked into the second seed regardless of what happens over the final three games of the season, the team won't be asking many regulars to start twice in one day. LeMahieu will likely return to action in the nightcap.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Retreats to bench

    LeMahieu isn't in the lineup Saturday against the Orioles. LeMahieu returned from the injured list for Friday's series opener against the Orioles, but he went 0-for-3 in the loss. Gleyber Torres will draw the start at the keystone and bat third Saturday.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Activated by Yankees

    LeMahieu (toe) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Friday. LeMahieu was trending toward a return Friday, and he'll officially be activated by the Yankees prior to Friday's series opener against the Orioles. Manager Aaron Boone said last week that LeMahieu is unlikely to be 100 percent healthy upon his return, but he should be available for the team's final few games of the regular season.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Slated to return Friday

    LeMahieu (toe) will be reinstated from the 10-day injured list ahead of Friday's game against the Orioles, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Manager Aaron Boone hinted early this week that LeMahieu was in the mix to return to action Wednesday, but the team elected to give the second baseman two extra days off. Boone also indicated last week that LeMahieu likely won't be 100 percent healthy when he's activated, but the 34-year-old will have a few chances to appear in regular-season games ahead of postseason play.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Wednesday return possible

    Manager Aaron Boone said LeMahieu (toe) could be activated from the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. According to Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger, Boone said as recently as last week that LeMahieu likely won't be 100 percent healthy whenever he's eventually activated, but the 34-year-old has apparently made enough progress in his recovery from the sprained right second toe that the Yankees feel comfortable ushering him back in the fold. If LeMahieu isn't able to play Wednesday, he'll almost certainly be activated for New York's upcoming series against the Orioles this weekend. The veteran infielder owns a .262/.358/.381 slash line on the season.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Inching closer to live action

    LeMahieu (toe) took part in defensive drills and batting practice prior to Monday's game against the Blue Jays, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. LeMahieu's exact timetable for a return remains unclear, but it's reassuring that he's continuing to ramp up baseball activities. According to Rivera, the Yankees will re-evaluate the infielder in the coming days to determine the next steps in his rehab. The club remains optimistic that LeMahieu will be ready to be activated from the 10-day injured list before the end of the regular season.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Return uncertain

    LeMahieu (toe) remains unable to play, and it's not clear when or if he'll be able to return this season, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports. There was some optimism earlier this week that LeMahieu could potentially return to action during this weekend's homestand versus Boston, but the veteran infielder still hasn't been able to swing at 100 percent during batting practice. He has indicated that he's feeling better but has also explained that he isn't able to play in his current state. Manager Aaron Boone hasn't ruled out the possibility of LeMahieu returning during next week's three-game series in Toronto, but that sounds like an unlikely scenario given LeMahieu's continuing inability to move past the injury. Boone acknowledged the uncertainty of LeMahieu's timeframe for a return, calling the injury a "great unkown" and saying, "It's been a really tricky injury to get our arms around. What treatments we can do, if and when you can do a shot, things like that. We'll see."
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Could be activated this week

    LeMahieu (toe) could be activated during this week's homestand, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. He took on-field batting practice Tuesday for the first time since landing on the injured list earlier this month. It doesn't sound like LeMahieu will be activated until this weekend, at the earliest.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Swings in cage

    LeMahieu (toe) took some swings in the cage and tracked pitches on the field Friday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. LeMahieu is already eligible to return from the injured list, but it looks as though he has a few more steps in his recovery to complete before being activated. That lines up with reports from last weekend, which indicated that LeMahieu was targeting a return sometime during the team's upcoming homestand that begins Tuesday.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Hopes to return for next homestand

    LeMahieu (toe) hopes to return to action during the Yankees' homestand that begins Sept. 20, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. LeMahieu landed on the injured list Thursday, and it appears he will miss more than the minimum 10 days. However, he might not be out much beyond that. Gleyber Torres will likely remain the Yankees' primary second baseman until LeMahieu is ready to return.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Heading for injured list

    Manager Aaron Boone said LeMahieu (toe) will be placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. The veteran infielder has been nursing a toe injury for a while and missed both games of Wednesday's doubleheader. The Yankees are now running thin on available infielders, and Miguel Andujar was promoted in a corresponding move.
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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Injured list in consideration

    LeMahieu (toe) is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Twins, and manager Aaron Boone said a trip to the injured list is being considered, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. The 34-year-old hasn't seen the field since Sunday due to the toe injury, and it appears he could be sidelined at least another week. Even if LeMahieu avoids the IL, the fact the move is being contemplated could mean the veteran infielder won't rejoin the lineup for a couple more days.
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