CHICAGO – Brett Gardner and Gio Urshela are more affected than others by the acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion and Giancarlo Stanton.
Encarnacion will be mainly used as DH, which means that Luke Voit will take the first goal. This means that DJ LeMahieu will probably have more playing time on the third goal, where Urshela has been playing regularly since Miguel Andujar switched to IL in mid-May.
Stanton will play on the left field, the position Gardner has held since Aaron Hicks left the IL on May 13.
"We obviously have a lot of talented guys in the room and a lot of talented guys got into the game, which will only strengthen our team," said Gardner, who started on Sunday at the center field and helped the Yankees win. score 10-3. defeat the White Sox by completing four races. "You never know Nobody expected me to play in the middle of the field 40 of the first 45 days of the season All the guys we have on hand, we have one of the lineups The deepest of the league with a lot of talent.So, whenever you can add someone as good as Edwin, it makes us better.What concerns me does not worry me . "
Urshela, who was in a 0-on-10 slide, broke ground in a run to the second and doubled and scored in the fifth.
Stanton and Aaron Judge continued on their way to the big leagues on Sunday.
Playing in Durham, Nc, for Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre, both field teams scored the first two places. The judge, who was 1-for-4 in the 7-3 win, played on straight ground while Stanton was the DH and went to 0-in-4.
According to Aaron Boone, it is expected that Stanton will not play in a minor league game on Monday and will be part of the Yankees' training on Tuesday night for the middle of a three-game series against the Rays at Yankee Stadium.
"Probably give him a day off after [playing] three in a row, "said Boone." Make it a day trip with the idea of activating it on Tuesday. "
Boone thinks it's important not to hit players on the court and strive to give them days, that they play well or that they struggle.
On Sunday, Boone dipped into each bin and sat a sizzling Didi Gregorius and an icy Aaron Hicks.
In seven games since coming out of the IL on June 7, Gregorius hit .385 (10-on-26) with one homer and three RBIs in seven games. Gregorius missed all the spring training and the first two months after Tommy John's surgery last fall on his right elbow.
Hicks, whose season began only May 15 because of back problems that cost him most of the spring training, was in a 3-for-23 (.130) crisis in which he had a mark and a .503 in the past. six games.
Gleyber Torres went from second place to court and replaced Gregorius. Mike Tauchman started in the right field.
Torres went 0-in-2 and walked three times. Tauchman was 0-for-4.
The seventh inning of Cameron Maybin took the Yankees forward to 9-2 and postponed their consecutive streak of wins by scoring at least one homer at 19. This is the second longest segment in franchise history. From June 1 to 29, 1941, the Yankees conceded 25 consecutive games.