|Yankees' Anthony Volpe smacks another two hits with flatter swing path. MLB Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy Yankees' Anthony Volpe smacks another two hits with flatter swing path By Social Links for Greg Joyce View Author Archive Email the Author Get author RSS feed Contact The Author Name (required) Email (required) Comment (required) Submit ? Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. Back to Reading Published March 3, 2024, 6:06 a.m. ET Noteworthy items during the Yankees' Grapefruit League action Saturday : Leading man Anthony Volpe chipped in a pair of hits out of the leadoff spot — a line drive the other way and a chopper up the middle — continuing to look like his offseason adjustment of flattening his bat path is paying off.
|Yankees' Anthony Volpe makes up for first spring error. Noteworthy items during the Yankees' Grapefruit League action Thursday : Volpe up Anthony Volpe hit a line drive to left-center field that would have been a single for most, but legged out a hustle double instead during the Yankees' scoreless tie with the Marlins at Steinbrenner Field. Anthony Volpe is safe after at second base after legging out a hustle double during the fifth inning of the Yankees' 0-0 exhibition tie with the Marlins. Kim Klement Neitzel-USA TODAY Sports Volpe down The hustle double came an inning after Volpe committed his first error of the spring, losing the ball on the transfer from his glove to his hand after cleanly fielding a grounder. Explore More Kiké Hernandez admits
|Yankees' new hitting coach loving Anthony Volpe's 'cleaned up' bat path. James Rowson had his work cut out for him when he returned to the Yankees over the offseason, but one batter had already gotten a head start on changing his swing by the time the hitting coach settled in. While he became the first Yankees rookie to join the 20-20 club, the Gold Glove shortstop hit .209 with a .283 on-base percentage, an 81 OPS+ and 167 strikeouts. “Not a good year offensively at all,” Volpe bluntly told the Daily News. Volpe's bat path became his top priority over the winter.
|Yankees' Spencer Jones gives Aaron Judge impersonation and more in spring opener for the ages. Yankees outfielder prospect Spencer Jones watches his fifth inning, 470-foot homer to right-center field during Saturday's 22-10 win over the Tigers in Lakeland, Fla. AP Subscribers can gift articles to anyone By Randy Miller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com LAKELAND, Fla. — Before Yankees shortstop Anthony Volpe 's junior and senior years at Delbarton School, the pride and joy of Watchung, N.J., spent part of his summers traveling the nation and world playing for Team USA and in the Area Code Games. Both summers one of Volpe's teammates was a very tall and lanky left-handed pitcher from suburban San Diego. If you purchase a product or register for an account through a link on our site, we may receive
|Yankees' Aaron Judge gets 100% real on Anthony Volpe's spring training 'mindset'. The New York Yankees are hoping their 2024 campaign will be better than it was in 2023, and a guy who could play a big role in their success is Anthony Volpe. Volpe won the starting shortstop job in Spring Training last year, and now that he has the job for himself, Aaron Judge offered an interesting stance on how he thinks it will impact his mindset this upcoming season. Despite winning the job last year, Volpe endured a rocky rookie campaign (.209 BA, 21 HR, 60 RBI, 24 SB, .666 OPS), which was a tough pill for New York to swallow.