New York Yankees Starting Lineup 9/20/20 Yankees Lineup

31-21, 2nd in AL East

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At the top of the division is a team that was strong and went out and got stronger. No one has ever accused the New York Yankees of being tight with the checkbook. This was the case over the winter months when they bolstered their 2020 pitching staff with an ace. At some point in June, last year's AL East pennant winner is expected to get even better on the hill. Lost here could be the idea that they already had a potential top-tier number one starter on the roster.

New York could solve one problem that has plagued them during their recent rise and that is pitching. However, another problem that has posed an even bigger issue has been health. For all the star young talent they have, the Yankees have had a difficult time getting them all on the field at the same time. The season that happens could be the season New York takes baseball by storm. Combine a menacing batting order with an above-average pitching staff, and the Yankees could have furlong-like lead by the trade deadline.

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Yankees Starting Lineup

D. Garcia , (R), P
1. D. LeMahieu , (R), 3B
2. L. Voit , (R), 1B
3. A. Hicks , (S), CF
4. G. Stanton , (R), DH
5. G. Torres , (R), SS
6. B. Gardner , (L), LF
7. C. Frazier , (R), RF
8. G. Sanchez , (R), C
9. T. Wade , (L), 2B
Pos Pitcher
P Deivi Garcia D. Garcia (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Deivi Garcia D. Garcia (R)
98
0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .242% .040%
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
3B DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu (R)
79
1 25 104 38 31 1 2 4 11 19 1 0 .392 .433 .567 1.000
1B Luke Voit L. Voit (R)
91
2 31 122 33 17 3 0 13 26 23 0 0 .295 .352 .670 1.022
CF Aaron Hicks A. Hicks (S)
86
3 31 115 20 9 7 1 3 10 13 0 0 .213 .357 .404 .761
DH Giancarlo Stanton G. Stanton (R)
97
4 14 54 12 6 3 0 3 7 10 1 1 .293 .453 .585 1.038
SS Gleyber Torres G. Torres (R)
81
5 24 91 18 15 2 0 1 6 9 0 0 .231 .341 .295 .636
LF Brett Gardner B. Gardner (L)
77
6 29 90 13 7 3 0 3 6 9 3 1 .173 .300 .333 .633
RF Clint Frazier C. Frazier (R)
88
7 16 61 15 7 4 0 4 12 9 1 0 .294 .410 .608 1.018
C Gary Sanchez G. Sanchez (R)
92
8 30 106 12 5 1 0 6 14 9 0 0 .130 .245 .337 .582
2B Tyler Wade T. Wade (L)
67
9 29 50 7 4 2 0 1 3 7 1 0 .163 .260 .279 .539

Most Common Yankees Lineups

3 Games Game
1. Luke Voit
2. Clint Frazier
3. Brett Gardner
4. Gary Sanchez
5. Mike Ford
6. Miguel Andujar
7. Estevan Florial
8. Thairo Estrada
9. Tyler Wade
2 Games Game
1. Aaron Hicks
2. Luke Voit
3. Mike Tauchman
4. Giovanny Urshela
5. Gleyber Torres
6. Brett Gardner
7. Clint Frazier
8. Erik Kratz
9. Tyler Wade
2 Games Game
1. DJ LeMahieu
2. Aaron Judge
3. Aaron Hicks
4. Luke Voit
5. Gleyber Torres
6. Mike Ford
7. Giovanny Urshela
8. Gary Sanchez
9. Brett Gardner
1 Game Game
1. DJ LeMahieu
2. Aaron Judge
3. Brett Gardner
4. Luke Voit
5. Giovanny Urshela
6. Clint Frazier
7. Mike Tauchman
8. Kyle Higashioka
9. Tyler Wade
1 Game Game
1. DJ LeMahieu
2. Aaron Judge
3. Giancarlo Stanton
4. Luke Voit
5. Gleyber Torres
6. Aaron Hicks
7. Giovanny Urshela
8. Gary Sanchez
9. Clint Frazier
1 Game Game
1. DJ LeMahieu
2. Luke Voit
3. Aaron Hicks
4. Giancarlo Stanton
5. Gleyber Torres
6. Giovanny Urshela
7. Clint Frazier
8. Gary Sanchez
9. Brett Gardner

2020 Recent Yankees Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/19 @ BOS W 8-0 Chris Mazza C. Mazza (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu Aaron Judge A. Judge Brett Gardner B. Gardner Luke Voit L. Voit Giovanny Urshela G. Urshela Clint Frazier C. Frazier Mike Tauchman M. Tauchman Kyle Higashioka K. Higashioka Tyler Wade T. Wade
9/18 @ BOS W 6-5 Martin Perez M. Perez (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu Aaron Judge A. Judge Giancarlo Stanton G. Stanton Luke Voit L. Voit Gleyber Torres G. Torres Aaron Hicks A. Hicks Giovanny Urshela G. Urshela Gary Sanchez G. Sanchez Clint Frazier C. Frazier
9/17 vs TOR W 10-7 Masahiro Tanaka M. Tanaka (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu Luke Voit L. Voit Aaron Hicks A. Hicks Giancarlo Stanton G. Stanton Gleyber Torres G. Torres Giovanny Urshela G. Urshela Clint Frazier C. Frazier Gary Sanchez G. Sanchez Brett Gardner B. Gardner
9/16 vs TOR W 13-2 Gerrit Cole G. Cole (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu Aaron Judge A. Judge Aaron Hicks A. Hicks Luke Voit L. Voit Giovanny Urshela G. Urshela Clint Frazier C. Frazier Gary Sanchez G. Sanchez Tyler Wade T. Wade Kyle Higashioka K. Higashioka
9/15 vs TOR W 20-6 Deivi Garcia D. Garcia (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND DJ LeMahieu D. LeMahieu Luke Voit L. Voit Aaron Hicks A. Hicks Giancarlo Stanton G. Stanton Giovanny Urshela G. Urshela Clint Frazier C. Frazier Brett Gardner B. Gardner Gary Sanchez G. Sanchez Tyler Wade T. Wade

New York Yankees FAQ

The offense didn't need much help, so they ponied up the dough for Gerrit Cole instead. New York has had trouble with injuries over the last few seasons as they have not had Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton together in the lineup. Now a healthy lineup for the Yankees is going to be tough on opposing pitchers. They have some strong contact bats like DJ LeMahieu, who is coming off a fantastic first year in the Bronx. Gleyber Torres is the big power shortstop hitting in the middle of that order. Gary Sanchez is one of the best hitting catchers in the game currently and will have plenty of RBI chances in the middle of the order. If the Yankees can get the same production from Luke Voit and Gio Urshela, they will be in great shape.

Who Will DH For The Yankees?

Giancarlo Stanton is going to be the DH for the New York Yankees. With many power bats, Stanton is best used there, especially to keep him healthy. At times you might see Aaron Judge or Gary Sanchez DH.

Where Does Aaron Judge Bat?

Aaron Judge hits second in order for the Yankees and plays in the right field. Given the loaded lineup, Judge is in a great RBI spot hitting second and hits in front of Torres and Stanton.

Who Plays Catcher For The Yankees?

Gary Sanchez is the catcher for the Yankees. Despite some defensive issues at times, he has improved, especially with throwing out runners. Sanchez is also one of the best offensive catchers in the game.

What Is The Best Yankees Lineup Of All-Time?

You could argue multiple lineups for the New York Yankees, but the 1936 team had six hitters over .300. Lou Gehrig also crushed 49 home runs, and they had five hitters with over 100 RBI. While it may not have been the most powerful group, there was a load of talent.

What Is The Worst Yankees Lineup Of All-Time?

Before the Yankees became a powerhouse in the 20s and 30s, they won just 37% of their games in 1913, which had the worst lineup in their history. They had a total WAR of just 15.2, which is among the worst of all-time.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Yankees?

The Yankee Captain, Derek Jeter, has played the most games in Yankees history. He played from 1995 to 2014, playing 2,747 games in his history. He is a Hall of Famer and had a .377 OBP in his career.