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NYY Anthony Rizzo
New York Yankees
1B: 92   DH: 7  
2024 Projected Value: $2
2024 Actual Value: $8 Difference: $6
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 424 101 60 20 56 45 96 3 0.238 23.9
2024 261 59 32 8 28 19 48 0 0.226 17.5
2023 373 91 45 12 41 35 97 0 0.244 15.2
2022 465 104 77 32 75 58 101 6 0.224 33.6

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Date News
6/14/24 New York Yankees Should Reunite With Former Rookie Sensation. The New York Yankees' lineup has been one of the best in baseball this season. Anthony Rizzo, Gleyber Torres, and DJ LeMahieu could all potentially be upgraded if they continue to underperform. Jim Bowden of The Athletic reported that the Yankees were looking to upgrade the right side of their infield last week. "The Yankees' right side of the infield has underperformed and if the production doesn't improve, that will be the area of focus to upgrade via trades," Bowden wrote.
6/14/24 Yankees 'Make Sense' For Giants Infielder To Possibly Replace Anthony Rizzo. What will the New York Yankees do about the first base spot this summer? New York currently has Anthony Rizzo manning the spot, but he hasn't had the season he expected to leading many to speculate that a trade could be on the horizon this summer as the Yankees look to win their first World Series title since 2009. The Yankees are loaded throughout the roster, but clearly are going all in on the 2024 campaign and if Rizzo doesn't turn things around soon, an addition could be an option. Multiple names have been thrown out there and one player who the Yankees "make sense" for is San Francisco Giants utility man LaMonte Wade Jr., according to The Athletic's Chris Kirschner and Brendan Kuty.
6/13/24 Yankees' Anthony Rizzo shares true feelings after first homer in over a month. Earlier this week, the New York Yankees made a drastic lineup decision by benching Anthony Rizzo. It was Rizzo's first home run in more than a month – he last went deep against the Tampa Bay Rays on May 10. Said the Yankees first baseman, “Definitely feels good to do that and get us going there.” Yankees manager Aaron Boone spoke about benching Rizzo at the beginning of the week.
6/12/24 Anthony Rizzo Breaks Silence on Unexpected Benching. Anthony Rizzo has had a tough start to the 2024 MLB season. After going 1-for-29 at the plate to begin the month of June, the New York Yankees' first baseman and three-time All-Star was benched during the final game of New York's series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and the first game of their series with the Kansas City Royals. Being a healthy scratch is uncommon for Rizzo, as he has been a mainstay at first base ever since getting traded to New York at the 2021 trade deadline. Rizzo recently spoke with Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News about his prolonged slump this season, and expressed optimism about what the future holds.
6/12/24 Yankees' Anthony Rizzo shares eye-opening take amid benching. The New York Yankees have been the best team in the American League to start the 2024 campaign, and their 48-21 record is only behind the Philadelphia Phillies in terms of winning percentage. Rizzo's numbers on the year are not good (.220 BA, 7 HR, 25 RBI, .611 OPS), and he's been mired in a 1-34 slump at the plate to begin the month of June. As a result, Rizzo has been riding the pine more frequently as of late, but even with that being the case, he revealed that he is still grinding behind the scenes in an effort to find a way to get back on track when he does find himself in the lineup. Slumps are par for the course when it comes to a full 162-game MLB season, but Rizzo has been freezing cold as of late.

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