Sanchez is out of the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rockies, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Sanchez played all nine innings in Friday's series-opening 8-2 win over the Rockies but had a rough day both at the plate and behind the dish. He finished 0-for-4 with a walk and a run scored and was charged with catcher's interference in the fifth inning, bringing Sanchez's error total up to 12 for the season. Austin Romine will fill in for him Saturday, but expect Sanchez to resume catching duties in the series finale Sunday.
Sanchez isn't in the starting lineup for Game 2 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Rays.
Sanchez will head to the bench after going 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in Game 1. Austin Romine is set to handle the catching duties and bat ninth.
Sanchez is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Blue Jays.
Sanchez caught the first two games of the series and took part in the All-Star Game on Tuesday, so he'll be extended a breather as the Yankees and Blue Jays wrap up their three-game set with a matinee contest. Austin Romine will handle catching duties for the Yankees.
Sanchez is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Rays.
Sanchez started the last nine games but went 5-for-39, so he'll take the day off Friday. Austin Romine will start behind the plate and bat eighth for the Yankees.
Sanchez went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run in the Yankees' 8-4 extra-inning victory over the Rays on Thursday.
The backstop provided the decisive blow in this contest, cranking a mammoth three-run blast off Emilio Pagan in the 10th inning for his 24th homer of the season. After a down 2018, Sanchez is back to his prolific power-hitting ways so far this season, as he's slashing .251/.320/.574 with 57 RBI through 273 plate appearances.
Sanchez (thumb) will bat cleanup and start behind the plate Tuesday against the Mets, Zach Braziller or the New York Post reports.
Sanchez left Sunday's game against the Red Sox in the ninth inning with a jammed thumb, but the injury evidently wasn't particularly serious, and he won't wind up missing any time.
Sanchez was removed from Sunday's 12-8 win over the Red Sox in the ninth inning after jamming his left thumb on a pitch in the bottom of the eighth, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Sanchez went 1-for-5 with a walk, a run and two RBI before departing in favor of Austin Romine for the final frame. The 26-year-old told reporters after the contest that he isn't worried about the injury, but he'll wait and see how his thumb feels prior to Tuesday's series opener against the Mets before committing to playing.
Sanchez is out of the lineup for Saturday's game against the Astros, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
He'll just be getting a routine rest day while Austin Romine checks in behind the dish. Though Sanchez has frequently served as a designated hitter on days that he's not catching, his opportunities to stick in the lineup as a DH should dwindle after the acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion last weekend.
Sanchez went 2-for-4 with a double and a two-run home run Friday against the Astros.
Sanchez smacked a ball well over the Astros' bullpen in the bottom of the third inning, giving his team an early 2-0 lead. The 26-year-old backstop is now tied for American League lead in home runs with 23 over 56 games this season, as he continues to put on a display of power at the dish.
Sanchez went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, four RBI and two runs scored overall in Wednesday's 12-1 win over the Rays.
Sanchez hit a three-run homer in the first inning to help chase Rays starter Blake Snell, and he also added an RBI double in the seventh. The 26-year-old is slashing .266/.336/.532 with 21 home runs in 54 games this season.
Sanchez is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the White Sox, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Sanchez will receive a routine breather after starting the past six games, with five of those assignments coming at catcher. He'll give way to Austin Romine behind the plate in the series finale.
Sanchez went 1-for-3 with two runs scored, three RBI, a double and two walks in Saturday's win over the White Sox.
Sanchez put the Yankees on the board in the fourth inning with a two-run double, and he also delivered an RBI groundout in the seventh. The 26-year-old was 0-for-6 in the first two games of the series but came through as a run producer Saturday.
Sanchez went 2-for-5 with a two-run homer as the Yankees beat the Mets 12-5 in the first game of a doubleheader Tuesday.
Sanchez completed the scoring with his two-run shot to left field in the eighth inning off Tim Peterson. He also drove in the Yankees' second run with an RBI single in the third. The 26-year-old has now blasted eight homers in his last 17 games and has raised his slash line to .264/.335/635 for the year with 40 RBI in 178 at-bats.
Sanchez is not starting Saturday in Cleveland.
Sanchez has at least one hit in nine of his last 10 games, launching four homers over that stretch. Austin Romine starts behind the plate in his absence.
Sanchez went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI overall in Wednesday's 11-7 loss at Toronto.
Sanchez put the Yankees on the board in the fourth inning with his 426-foot blast to left field and also delivered an RBI single in the following frame. The 26-year-old is slashing .270/.345/.660 through 42 games, and with 19 home runs, he's now exceeded the 18 he compiled last season over 197 additional plate appearances.
Sanchez (elbow) is starting at catcher and hitting third Wednesday against the Blue Jays.
As expected, Sanchez won't be forced to miss any time after getting hit by Lourdes Gurriel's bat in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Blue Jays. The backstop, who is hitting .273/.341/.584 with seven homers and 14 RBI in his last 20 appearances, will face right-hander Trent Thornton in this one.
Sanchez admitted that he was dealing with some pain in his elbow after being hit by Lourdes Gurriel's bat in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Blue Jays but still expects to play Wednesday, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports.
Rivera notes that Sanchez's elbow was red from the icing and treatment he required after the contest, but the incident didn't force him to exit the game early. The Yankees will presumably re-examine Sanchez on Wednesday before determining his status. Even if the Yankees aren't comfortable clearing Sanchez to catch, it's possible he sticks in the lineup as the designated hitter.
Sanchez is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Padres, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Sanchez will receive a routine breather for the day game after the night game, allowing backup Austin Romine to get a turn behind the dish. The 26-year-old has enjoyed a huge May, slugging nine home runs and driving in 15 while batting .287.
Sanchez went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a 5-4 loss to the Padres on Tuesday.
The homer by Sanchez to dead center field cut the Padre lead to 4-1 for the only run against Eric Lauer. The round-tripper was his fifth in nine games, and his 17th homer out of 37 total hits. He also has 33 RBI and a .264/.335/.657 slash line in 140 at-bats.
Sanchez went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a 5-2 victory against the Padres on Monday.
This was a typical performance for Sanchez, who is batting .265 but owns a .647 slugging percentage this season. He has 36 hits this year -- 19 of them have gone for extra bases, including 16 home runs. He also has 32 RBI and 22 runs in 136 at-bats.
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