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Yankees: How can NYY solve Clint Frazier problem?

The Yankees were built too right-handed heavy, but it’s difficult to fix that when so many of the righty bats are core members of the offense. That begs the question, though: what about the one righty bat in the lineup the team wasn’t banking on? Why hasn’t he been swapped out for an option on the trade market as quickly as possible?
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Miguel Andujar has taken Yankees’ left-field job from Clint Frazier

Clint Frazier was in the lineup for a third straight game Tuesday — but still just the second time in left field since June 4 — with the Yankees’ preference for Miguel Andujar at the spot becoming more clear. It’s a significant change from the offseason and early part of...
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How Yankees weigh Clint Frazier vs. Miguel Andujar playing time battle

NEW YORK — Clint Frazier isn’t the Yankees everyday left fielder anymore. That doesn’t mean he can’t win his job back. But it does mean he’ll have to prove himself past Miguel Andujar, who’s handled the position well and hit better than Frazier of late. Still, Frazier was in manager...
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Yankees-Royals lineups Tuesday: Luke Voit back, Clint Frazier starts, Gerrit Cole on mound (6/22/21)

From the Yankees following Sunday’s win over the A’s:. The Yankees improved to 2-1 on their six-game homestand...have won five of their last six games. Are 7-4 since their four-game losing streak (6/3-6). Since their season-high five-game losing streak from 4/13-18, are 33-23 (.589) since 4/20. Six of the Yankees’ last seven wins and eight of their last 10 have been comeback wins...19 of their 38 wins this season have been come-from-behind wins. Have won three of their last four series and have won or split 14 of their last 18 series since 4/20 (10-4-3).

Yankees' Clint Frazier: Gets second straight start

Frazier will start in right field and bat ninth Sunday against the Athletics. Frazier will make his second start in a row after going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles, a walk and two runs in Saturday's 7-5 win, but he still looks to be the Yankees' fourth outfielder at this stage. He'll stick in the lineup Sunday over the lefty-hitting Brett Gardner, who sits with a southpaw (Sean Manaea) on the hill for Oakland.

Yankees' Clint Frazier: Back on bench

Frazier will sit Tuesday against Toronto. Frazier sits for the fourth time in six games. Aaron Judge returns from a back issue to start in right field, with Brett Gardner starting in center.
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Opinion: Clint Frazier is worth a look in center field

The New York Yankees have confronted a series of offensive dilemmas. After losing center fielder Aaron Hicks to season-ending surgery to repair a torn tendon sheath in his left wrist, the Yankees have been implementing a variety of strategies to fill the void. They have used nine ball players for 15 different outfield combinations in the starting lineup. Even Aaron Judge has played three ball games in center field this season.
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Yankees-Twins lineups Wednesday: Gary Sanchez, Clint Frazier out; Miguel Andujar in left

MINNEAPOLIS — Here are the lineups for the New York Yankees and the Minnesota Twins at Target Field on Wednesday. RHP Gerrit Cole will make his 13th start of the season on Wednesday at Minnesota ... the 30-year-old will pitch on extended five days’ rest due to Monday’s team off day … last pitched on Thursday vs. Tampa Bay and took the loss in the Yankees’ 9-2 loss (5.0IP, 5H, 5ER, 2BB, 7K, 1HR) … according to Elias, his 104K through his first 12 starts are the most by any Yankees pitcher in his first 12 starts of a season, surpassing Al Downing’s 101K in 1963 … collected his 1,500th career strikeout (Brett Phillips swinging in the third) on 5/12 at Tampa Bay (in his 212th career game), becoming the second-fastest player (in terms of games) to reach the milestone (Randy Johnson - 206th career game) … was named the AL “Pitcher of the Month” for April after going 4-1 with a 1.43 ERA (37.2IP, 6ER) and 62K in six starts … in his first year with the Yankees in 2020, went 7-3 with two complete games and a 2.84 ERA (73.0IP, 53H, 27R/23ER, 17BB, 94K, 14HR) in 12 starts …the three-time All-Star (2018-19 with Houston, 2015 with Pittsburgh) has finished in the top-five of Cy Young Award voting four times (fourth in 2020, second in 2019, fifth in 2018, fourth in 2015) … his .194 opponents’ BA since joining the American League in 2018 is the second-lowest in AL history (min. 500.0IP) … his career 10.27 K/9.0IP ratio (1,534K/1,343.2IP) is the eighth-highest in Major League history (min. 1,000.0IP) … was originally selected by the Yankees in the first round (28th overall) of the 2008 MLB First-Year Player Draft but did not sign and went on to play at UCLA for three seasons (2009-11) … was the first overall pick of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, the 15th pitcher (and 11th right-hander) to be chosen first … is the fifth player selected first overall to play for the Yankees, joining Alex Rodriguez, Darryl Strawberry, Tim Foli and Ron Blomberg.