LeMahieu is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rays, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
As he prepares for his third All-Star Game appearance Tuesday, LeMahieu will be given a much-deserved maintenance day as the Yankees wrap up their first-half schedule. Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre callup Breyvic Valera will fill in at the keystone while Aaron Hicks handles LeMahieu's usual leadoff duties.
LeMahieu went 1-for-5 with two RBI and a run Thursday in the Yankees' 8-4 win over the Rays in 10 innings.
LeMahieu picked a good time to supply his first hit of the day, as his two-run single to left field in the top of the 10th helped break at 3-3 tie. The Yankees' leadoff hitter has reached base in all but one of his last 10 starts, delivering a monstrous 1.451 OPS during that span while accruing 10 extra-base hits, 15 RBI and 15 runs.
LeMahieu went 4-for-6 with two runs scored, five RBI and a double in Saturday's 17-13 win over the Red Sox.
LeMahieu is 27-for-56 during his 13-game hitting streak, and he has five straight multi-hit performances. The 30-year-old is slashing .342/.390/.528 with 12 homers and is hitting a blistering .486 in 70 at-bats with runners in scoring position.
LeMahieu went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in the Yankees' 8-7 win over the Blue Jays on Wednesday.
LeMahieu's torrid month of June rolls on, as he posted a fourth straight multi-hit game in this contest -- a stretch that has seen him go 11-for-16 with three homers and six RBI. For the month, the veteran is slashing .373/.418/.637 with six long balls, per Lindsey Alder of The Athletic. Perhaps most impressively, LeMahieu is also hitting a league-best .478 with runners in scoring position, allowing him to rack up 54 RBI despite primarily acting as the leadoff hitter in his first season with the Yankees.
LeMahieu went 4-for-4 with two runs and a walk in the Yankees' 10-8 victory over the Blue Jays on Monday.
LeMahieu continued his red-hot hitting, reaching base in all five of his plate appearances and posting his first four-hit day in pinstripes, giving him seven knocks in his last eight at-bats. The torrid stretch has the veteran's slash line up to .331/.380/.495 to go along with 10 homers and 51 RBI through 293 at-bats.
LeMahieu went 3-for-4 with a triple, a three-run home run and an additional run scored in Sunday's loss to the Astros.
LeMahieu was the Yankees' lone bright spot in this one, accounting for half of the team's hits while playing a part in all four runs scored. The veteran infielder is now in the midst of a nine-game hitting streak during which he has gone 15-for-38 (.395) with three homers, 10 RBI and two stolen bases. On the season, LeMahieu is slashing .322/.370/.488 with 10 home runs, four swiped bags, 54 runs scored and 51 RBI in 71 games.
LeMahieu is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Astros.
LeMahieu started the last 24 games for the Yankees but receives the day off while slugger Aaron Judge (oblique) makes his return from the injured list. Gleyber Torres and Gio Urshela will start at second and third base Friday, respectively.
LeMahieu went 2-for-4 with a two-run single, a walk and two runs in Wednesday's 12-1 win against Tampa Bay.
LeMahieu has multiple hits in four of the last five games and is 9-for-23 with nine runs scored and five RBI in that stretch. The 30-year-old is slashing .315/.360/.459 with 16 doubles and eight home runs through 68 games in his first season with the Yankees.
LeMahieu went 2-for-5 with two runs and an RBI in the Yankees' 6-3 win over the Rays on Tuesday.
That's now three multi-hit efforts in his last four games for the hot-hitting veteran, who has been as solid as ever at the dish in his age-30 season. LeMahieu is now hitting .313 through 275 at-bats, and while his eight homers don't represent an eye-popping total, he's laced 16 doubles to leave him with a solid .458 slugging percentage.
LeMahieu went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Monday's 3-0 win over the Rays.
His third-inning shot off Yonny Chirinos gave Masahiro Tanaka all the offense he would need as he cruised to a shutout. LeMahieu continues to play every day, primarily at third base, and he's earned his at-bats by slashing .311/.355/.459 on the year with eight homers and 43 RBI in 66 games.
LeMahieu went 2-for-5 with a run scored Sunday in the Yankees' 10-3 win over the White Sox.
LeMahieu has compiled seven multi-hit games thus far in June, racking up eight runs and nine RBI across 14 starts. Though the Yankees have bolstered their offense with the acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion and will soon get star outfielders Giancarlo Stanton (shoulder) and Aaron Judge (oblique) back from the injured list, LeMahieu's role as the team's everyday leadoff man looks fairly secure.
LeMahieu went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, a run and two RBI in the Yankees' 6-2 win over the Blue Jays on Thursday.
It was the second straight three-hit game for LeMahieu, who is now working on a 10-game hitting streak. He continues to thrive in his first season with the Yankees, as this performance raises his slash line up to .323/.371/.480 through 223 at-bats. He's also driven in 40 runs, an impressive total considering he's done most of his work this season from the leadoff spot.
LeMahieu went 3-for-5 with a home run and four overall RBI in Wednesday's 11-7 loss at Toronto.
LeMahieu broke a 4-4 tie with his three-run homer during the sixth inning, but the Yankees' bullpen was ultimately unable to hold the lead. The veteran infielder extended his hit streak to 10 games Wednesday and is hitting .283 with three home runs and 13 RBI in that span.
LeMahieu went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, two RBI and two runs in a 4-1 victory over the Red Sox on Friday.
Although he mostly plays in another hitter-friendly park, LeMahieu is proving this season that he didn't only benefit from playing his home games at Coors Field at the beginning of his career. LeMahieu is batting .317 in his first season with the Yankees. He's also well on pace to reach double-digits in home runs for the second straight season and could surpass his career-high 15 long balls from last year. Overall, LeMahieu has 17 extra-base hits -- including six home runs -- 32 RBI, 36 runs and two steals in 199 at-bats this year.
LeMahieu went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and a walk in Wednesday's 7-5 win over the Orioles.
LeMahieu extended his streak of multi-hit games to four and is 8-for-18 with two homers, seven runs scored and four RBI in that stretch. The 30-year-old has excelled out of the leadoff spot for the Yankees and is slashing .329/.374/.459 in 44 games this season.
LeMahieu went 3-for-4 with a pair of runs in the Yankees' 11-4 win over the Orioles on Tuesday.
This was the third straight multi-hit performance for LeMahieu, raising his average to .325 through 166 at-bats. He exited the game after fouling a ball off his foot, but he's reportedly fine, per Brendan Kuty of The Star-Ledger. LeMahieu still hasn't provided much power with just three home runs, but he does have 10 doubles, so his .440 slugging percentage remains respectable. His strong contact-hitting abilities should allow him to remain a reliable batting average asset throughout the season, and he should also score plenty of runs hitting atop the Yankees' order.
LeMahieu went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and three runs in the Yankees' 13-5 win over the Rays on Sunday.
The veteran infielder checked in with his third long ball of the season with a seventh-inning solo blast off Casey Sadler. He's enjoying a solid first season at the dish for the Yankees, as he's now slashing .312/.358/.433 through 157 at-bats.
LeMahieu is not in the lineup Monday against the Orioles.
LeMahieu will retreat to the bench for Monday's series opener after starting the past nine games for the Yankees, going 14-for-40 (.400) with a homer and six RBI during that stretch. In his place, Thairo Estrada is starting at the keystone and hitting eighth Monday.
LeMahieu went 2-for-3 with a pair of walks and a walkoff RBI in the Yankees' 5-4 win over the Mariners on Tuesday.
LeMahieu had a nice day from the leadoff spot, reaching base four times and knocking in the game-winning run. He's been swinging a hot bat since his return from the injured list, recording multiple hits in three of his first four games back. LeMahieu still only has one homer through 115 at-bats, but he's slashing .330/.385/.443 and has also laced 10 doubles.
LeMahieu (knee) is starting at second base and leading off Saturday against the Twins.
He had been sidelined for almost a week with a minor knee injury but returns atop a lineup that gets another boost with the return of Miguel Andujar (shoulder) in this contest. With Troy Tulowitzki (calf) on the injured list, LeMahieu should be an everyday player for the Yankees for the foreseeable future.
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