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STARLIN CASTRO RUMORS

1 immediate concern for every Yankees position

The New York Yankees' starting lineup was all but set heading into Major League Baseball spring training 2017. Gary Sanchez, Matt Holliday and Starlin Castro were expected to lead the way. But Greg Bird and Aaron Judge have also emerged. Yet, concerns remain.
Via NJ.com
2 hours ago

Would Yankees' Starlin Castro take over for hurt Didi Gregorius?

 If the Yankees ask Starlin Castro, he'll do it. The Yankees may need at least a short-term shortstop replacement for the hurt Didi Gregorius. The 26-year-old was diagnosed with a hematoma of the subcapsular -- right shoulder injury -- while playing with team Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic. Gregorius flew back from Los Angeles, where the Netherlands was playing, and...
Via NJ.com
7 days ago

Time is running thin to solve the Yankees’ Starlin Castro problem

TAMPA — Of all active players, who had the most hits through his age-26 season? For no reason in particular, let’s go top three: 1. Miguel Cabrera, with 1,220 through 2009. 2. Albert Pujols, with 1,159 through 2006. 3. Starlin Castro, with 1,147 through 2016. Here with the Yankees, one can lose sight of Castro’s...
Via New York Post
15 days ago

WATCH: Starlin Castro on his first year with the Yankees & 2017

Starlin Castro on his first year with the Yankees & 2017.
Via YES Network
January 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Does Starlin Castro deserve to start?

In 2016, Starlin Castro experienced the much-anticipated leap in power that many scouts had predicted for so many years, perhaps coinciding with Castro’s first season in cozy Yankee Stadium. Starlin posted career-highs in home runs with 21 (previous career-high: 14) and isolated slugging with .163 (.147). However, that surge in power didn’t correlate to a corresponding uptick...
Via BP Bronx
January 11, 2017  |  Discuss

2017 Offseason Outlook: Starlin Castro

The youth movement has garnered most of the attention in the Bronx these days, and for good reason. The rise of El Gary and the acquisition of Clint Frazier and Co. has created a buzz in the Bronx that has not existed since the mid-to-late 1990s. Consequently, other Yankees such as Starlin Castro have fallen out of the spotlight. Castro, however, is still only 26-years-old and does...
Via BP Bronx
December 14, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Starlin Castro hits walk-off homer in 9-8 Yankees win

The Yankees mount a late comeback victory as Starlin Castro delivers the walk-off home run to seal a 9-8 win over the Rockies, then gets a well-deserved postgame Gatorade shower. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/10FUHE2 Like on Facebook: http://facebook.com/YESNet Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1dtTy7q Follow on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PGQWNm
Via YES Network
June 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Starlin Castro turns double play while blowing bubble with his gum

With the New York Yankees looking to hold on to a lead in the ninth inning, Starlin Castro turned a clutch double play to help bring the Yankees closer to a win in Detroit. Despite the tense situation, Castro was just doing what he does while blowing a bubble with his gum in the heat of the moment. It is pretty normal to see ballplayers blow bubbles with their gum during the course...
Via The Comeback
June 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Starlin Castro in Just a Few Pictures

Starlin Castro has spent a lot of his career being frustrating, and he’s spent a good chunk of it being disappointing, but a player can’t be either of those things unless he has a certain amount of ability. Fans have to like you before they can later be frustrated by you, and so Castro’s time in Chicago was a bit of a roller-coaster. His time in New York will also have its...
Via Fangraphs
April 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Starlin Castro hits another home run, continues positively torrid start

Starlin Blastro. Darlin’ Castro. Gnarlin’ Nastro. Whatever you want to call this guy, he’s absolutely on fire. Castro left the yard for the second time this season in the fourth inning of Thursday’s game to help the Yankees draw within one run of the Astros at the time. He went after an 86 mph cutter from Mike Fiers on 3-1, and hit it 390 feet according to Statcast....
Via BP Bronx
April 07, 2016  |  Discuss
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