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40-18 6-4 W1
35-21 5-5 L1
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2023 Batting

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Home Runs
Runs Batted In
On-base Plus Slugging
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .211 1 5 .573 0

Top Aaron Hicks News

  • Orioles' Aaron Hicks: Not starting Tuesday

    Hicks isn't in Baltimore's lineup for Tuesday's game against Cleveland.

    Hicks will likely see plenty of time in center field as the Orioles prepare to move forward without Cedric Mullins (groin) for the foreseeable future. However, his O's debut will have to wait, as Austin Hays gets the starting nod in center field and Terrin Vavra starts in left Tuesday.

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  • Orioles' Aaron Hicks: Expects to be back Friday

    Hicks said after exiting Wednesday's game versus the Guardians with a left calf cramp that he "should be good" to play Friday in San Francisco, Jacob Calvin Meyer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Hicks reached base in all three of his plate appearances Wednesday in the first game with his new club but eventually had to exit when his calf cramped up. The Orioles are off Thursday, so he'll have a little rest before hopefully being back in there this weekend.

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  • Orioles' Aaron Hicks: Starting Wednesday

    Hicks is starting in center field and batting sixth Wednesday versus the Guardians, Rich Dubroff of reports.

    Hicks will enter the lineup for the first time since signing a one-year contract with Baltimore earlier this week, helping fill in forCedric Mullins (groin) after Mullins was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday. Hicks has struggled to a .188/.263/.261 slash line this season over 69 at-bats with the Yankees, so he'll look to change his fortunes with the Orioles.

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  • Orioles' Aaron Hicks: Exits game with muscle cramps

    Hicks was removed from Wednesday's game against the Guardians due to muscle cramps, Jacob Calvin Meyer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    If it is indeed just cramps, Hicks should be fine Friday following the team day off Thursday. Hicks had a superb debut for the Orioles before exiting, reaching base in all three plate appearances with a walk and two singles.

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  • Orioles' Aaron Hicks: Gets MLB deal from Orioles

    Hicks signed a one-year contract with the Orioles on Tuesday.

    Just a few days after being released by the Yankees, Hicks has latched on with another American League East outfit. He has batted only .188/.263/.261 this season, but on a prorated veteran minimum contract, it's a no-risk move for Baltimore. Hicks could play a lot in center field while Cedric Mullins (groin) is sidelined.

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  • Aaron Hicks: Drawing interest from O's

    Hicks is drawing serious free agent interest from the Orioles, Robert Murray of reports.

    Murray notes that Baltimore makes for a logical fit with Cedric Mullins suffering a right abductor (groin) strain in Monday's loss to the Guardians. Hicks was officially released by the Yankees last Friday, six days after being removed from the 40-man roster. The 33-year-old outfielder had slashed just .188/.263/.261 through 28 games (76 plate appearances) this season for New York and also struggled mightily at the plate in 2022. He can be signed for the MLB minimum.

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  • Aaron Hicks: Officially released by NYY

    Hicks was released by the Yankees on Friday.

    Hicks unsurprisingly passed through waivers unclaimed after being designated for assignment by the Yankees last weekend. The 33-year-old outfielder is still owed around $27.6 million on a contract that runs through 2025, but New York will be on the hook for the large majority of that. Another team can take a chance on him at the MLB minimum.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Designated for assignment

    Hicks was designated for assignment by the Yankees on Saturday.

    Hicks will now either report to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, get claimed by another team or be released outright. It seems unlikely that he'll want to report to the minors, though anything is possible. The outfielder has produced a disappointing .188 batting average with one homer, five RBI and nine runs scored over 69 at-bats in 28 games with New York this season. Greg Allen was signed to a major-league contract Saturday and will replace Hicks on the 26-man roster.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Tallies three hits Thursday

    Hicks went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI in a 4-2 win over Toronto on Thursday.

    Hicks gave New York a little breathing room with a run-scoring single in the seventh inning, and he finished with his first multi-hit performance this month. It's been a brutal start to the campaign for the veteran outfielder, who is still slashing a meager .194/.270/.269 despite Thursday's big performance. Though his opportunities remain infrequent, Hicks has at least begun to perk up a bit of late, slashing .400/.500/.733 with a homer, two doubles and four RBI over his past six games.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Cleared to start Monday

    Hicks (hip) will start in center field and bat ninth in Monday's game in Toronto.

    After exiting Tuesday's 10-5 win over the Athletics with left hip tightness, Hicks didn't appear in any of the Yankees' next five games to close out the week. It's unclear if the injury kept Hicks unavailable or if he was simply excluded from the lineup for performance-related reasons, but whatever the case, his inclusion in the starting nine Monday indicates he's healthy again. Hicks still looks to be no better than fifth or sixth in the pecking order for playing time in the outfield, with all of Aaron Judge, Harrison Bader, Jake Bauers and possibly both of Isiah Kiner-Falefa and Oswaldo Cabrera ahead of him.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Undergoes imaging on hip

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Hicks had imaging on his hip Thursday, Max Goodman of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.

    Hicks is out of the lineup for a second straight game Thursday versus the Rays after exiting Tuesday night's tilt against the Athletics due to left hip tightness. Boone noted that the veteran outfielder will go through his normal pregame workout Thursday in the Bronx, which is an encouraging sign as the Yankees await the imaging results.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Won't start Wednesday

    Hicks (hip) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

    Hicks had picked up starts in left field in each of the last four games while going 2-for-11 with a home run, a double, two walks, three runs and three RBI, but he was removed from Tuesday's 10-5 win after experiencing left hip tightness. The Yankees appear to be viewing Hicks as day-to-day for the time being, but he still won't be guaranteed to recapture a regular role once he's healthy again.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Exits with left hip tightness

    Hicks left Tuesday's game against the Athletics with left hip tightness and will be reevaluated again before Wednesday's game.

    Hicks has already been examined by the team physician. He should be considered day-to-day at this stage, but there should be more information on the outfielder before Wednesday's finale against the Athletics.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Smacks first long ball

    Hicks went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Monday's 7-2 win against Oakland.

    Hicks got the start in left field and batted ninth in the order. He plated the final runs of the contest in the seventh inning with a two-run shot to right field. It was the first homer and just the second extra-base hit of the campaign for Hicks, who has struggled massively through 64 plate appearances, posting a .153/.219/.220 slash line with a 5:15 BB:K.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Hicks: Gets rare start in center field

    Hick is starting in center field and batting ninth for the Yankees on Monday in Minnesota.

    It's just his second start in center field this season. Aaron Judge will handle designated hitter duty Monday, while Hicks will be flanked in the outfield by Oswaldo Cabrera and Franchy Cordero.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 205 lbs
Birthplace: San Pedro, CA
Age: 33
Experience: 9
Bats/Throws: S, R