|Bats / Throws||Right / Right|
|Date of Birth||12/2/1992|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 230 lbs|
|From||Santo Domingo, DOM|
|Drafted||2009 - NYY|
|Fantasy Own %||98.0|
|1||Yankees take ruthless shot at Red Sox on Twitter|
|2||Sonny Gray and Kyle Hendricks look to swing the balance|
|3||CC Sabathia does it again as Yankees' bats come alive|
|4||CC Sabathia was fired up after getting Josh Reddick out|
|5||Aaron Judge finally doesn’t strike out, crushes three-run home run|
Austin Romine will catch right-hander Sonny Gray for the New York Yankees against Houston in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series, with regular backstop Sanchez moving to designated hitter.
Manager Joe Girardi says Romine and Gray have built a strong rapport since Gray was acquired from Oakland in July. Gray had a 1.45 ERA in three games pitching to Romine, compared to a 4.63 ERA in eight appearances with Sanchez. Romine is New York's best receiver. Sanchez tied for the major league lead with 16 passed balls in the regular season, and Gray's big curveball can be difficult to block.
Gary Sanchez went 0 for 4 Monday as the New York Yankees topped the Houston Astros 8-1. He ended the game with a .000 batting average.
While the Yankees' offense broke out in a return home, its cleanup hitter has still yet to get back on track. Sanchez is 0 for 12 for the series and 2 for 24 with 12 strikeouts over his last six games.
Gary Sanchez went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts Saturday as the New York Yankees fell to the Houston Astros 2-1.
Sanchez has struck out 15 times in 34 at-bats in the postseason while batting .176 and walking just once.
Gary Sanchez went 0 for 3 Friday as the New York Yankees fell to the Houston Astros 2-1. He ended the game with a .000 batting average.
Though Sanchez did hit a pair of homers against the Indians in the previous round, he's now 2 for 16 with 10 strikeouts over the Yankees' last four games. The All-Star catcher also fanned 10 times while going without a home run in 20 at-bats against Houston in the regular season, though he did come up with six hits.
Gary Sanchez went 0 for 4 Wednesday as the New York Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 5-2. He ended the game with a .174 batting average.