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SF Mike Yastrzemski
San Francisco Giants
OF: 103   DH: 1  
2024 Projected Value: $5
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 364 82 57 16 47 46 106 3 0.225 18.3
2023 330 77 54 15 43 45 99 2 0.233 18.3
2022 485 104 73 17 57 61 141 5 0.214 18.2
2021 468 105 75 25 71 51 131 4 0.224 27.8

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Date News
1/21/24 Player Review: Mike Yastrzemski. Mike Yastrzemski is the San Francisco Giant of the Farhan Zaidi era. A stolid platoon with veteran steadiness, echoing Buster Posey, Evan Longoria, Brandon Belt, Brandon Crawford without their peaks, but the added thrill of name recognition while being plucked from obscurity.
12/13/23 Heyman: Jung Hoo Lee signing doesn't necessarily take Giants out of running for Cody Bellinger. With the addition of Jung Hoo Lee, the San Francisco Giants' outfield is set, right? The Giants made their first splash of the offseason with the KBO star, signing the 25-year-old to a six-year, $113 million deal. Assuming Lee is the center fielder, that would leave Mike Yastrzemski and Michael Conforto as the corner outfielders.
11/18/23 Giants sign Mike Yastrzemski and Austin Slater to 1-year deals. Last night was the tender deadline for arbitration and pre-arbitration eligible players and the San Francisco Giants announced they've agreed to terms with two of those players. Six weeks ago, I looked at MLB Trade Rumor's arbitration projections for their six eligible players, Mike Yastrzemski and Austin Slater. In perhaps a sign that MLBTR's processes might need to be adjusted, the Giants actually agreed to terms higher than those projections. Yastrzemski got a 1-year, $7.9 million deal in his second year of eligibility and Austin Slater received $4 million flat in 2024.
11/17/23 Mike Yastrzemski, Giants agree to $7.9 million contract for 2024. The San Francisco Giants' offseason so far has been highlighted by the firing of Gabe Kapler and the hiring of Bob Melvin as their next skipper. Yastrzemski inked a deal last fall of just over $6 million in order to avoid arbitration and it's a similar situation this time around. The 33-year-old has spent his entire big league career with the Giants, initially coming up in 2019. Yastrzemski does play all over the outfield for San Francisco and has proven to be a pretty consistent player on both sides of the ball during his time in the Majors.
9/22/23 Yastrzemski's homer, Manaea's gem lead SF Giants to win over Dodgers. A night after Mike Yastrzemski called on his teammates to “play with a little more edge,” “take a little more pride” and “hold each other to a higher standard,” he atoned for his own mental mistake in Thursday night's series-opening loss with a big homer to lead the way in a 5-1 win Friday. With two outs in the fourth inning, Yastrzemski hooked a two-run homer around the right-field foul pole that broke a scoreless tie and powered the Giants' win over the Dodgers (94-59), only their second in eight games on this final road trip of the season, pulling them back even in the win-loss column. Yastrzemski's homer, his 15th of the season, followed a pinch-hit double by Joc Pederson, and was padded by two more long balls, a solo shot from Thairo Estrada in the sixth and two-run number from rookie Tyler Fitzgerald in the ninth, the first of his career.

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