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Apr 13, 2024 2 0 0 0
Apr 10, 2024 0 0 0 0
Apr 8, 2024 0 1 0 0 2.5
Apr 5, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
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Jose Trevino worked as the Yankees' primary backstop in 2022, but his 2023 campaign was derailed by a wrist injury that required season-ending surgery in July. The 31-year-old struggled offensively prior to the injury, with his .569 OPS being 102 points lower than his mark from a year prior. He maintained his elite level of defense, however, which gives him a strong base heading into 2024. Trevino should open the season in the mix behind the plate for New York, but he won't necessarily operate as the primary backstop following the late-season promotion of prospect Austin Wells, who may be the favorite for the job.

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2024 40.7 2 1 3 .056
2023 781.4 15 4 15 8 .210
2022 2011.7 39 11 43 15 2 .248
3y Avg. 137.51.6 26 7 29 12 1 .236
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Not starting Friday

    Trevino isn't in the Yankees' lineup Friday against the Astros. Trevino got the start as New York's Opening Day catcher with Framber Valdez on the mound for Houston, but he will sit down Friday as Austin Wells starts behind the dish. Trevino and Wells figure to split time behind the plate all season, with the former likely to see most of his action against left-handed starters.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Slated for Opening Day start

    Trevino will start behind the plate against the Astros on Thursday, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. While some fantasy managers are excited about the offensive upside of Austin Wells, it will be Trevino behind the plate for the opener in Houston. Trevino is lauded for his work with the pitching staff, and that appears to have given him a slight leg up to begin the season, though it projects to be a fairly even playing-time split in the end with the 24-year-old Wells seeing a good share of the starts against righties. Trevino will be looking for his first career hit against Thursday's starter for the Astros, Framber Valdez (0-for-9 lifetime against the lefty).
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Making spring debut Sunday

    Trevino (calf) is starting behind the plate and batting eighth in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against Atlanta, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Recordreports. The 31-year-old has been slowed by a calf strain during spring training but played in a minor-league intrasquad game Saturday and will make his spring debut Sunday. Trevino should ramp up his workload over the next couple weeks and is expected to split catching duties with Austin Wells this season.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Takes live at-bats

    Trevino (calf) unofficially went 3-for-5 with a home run in a minor-league intrasquad game Saturday, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Trevino suffered a calf strain early in camp and hasn't yet been able to get into any major-league exhibition games. However, he said after Saturday's live at-bats that he's "comfortable and confident" with his progress, and he's scheduled to play in a Grapefruit League contest with the big-league squad Sunday. Assuming that goes well, Trevino should be able to ramp up in time to be ready for the start of the regular season, when he's expected to split catching duties with Austin Wells.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Set for spring debut Sunday

    Trevino (calf) will make his Grapefruit League debut Sunday against Atlanta, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Trevino tweaked a calf just before the start of camp but has progressed well since then and is finally ready to test his health in a game setting. The veteran catcher is projected to share duties behind the plate this season with Austin Wells.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Could be ready for games soon

    Trevino (calf) has been catching live batting practices and bullpen sessions and could be cleared for games soon, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports. Trevino ramped up his activities Tuesday and is slated to continue upping the progression for the rest of this week. If he gets through that with no issues, it sounds like he'll be cleared for Grapefruit League contests at that point. Trevino has been slowed by a calf strain he suffered before camp opened.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Managing calf strain

    Manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday that Trevino recently suffered a calf strain and won't be ready for the start of spring training games next weekend, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. Trevino said in early February he would enter spring training with no limitations from the wrist surgery he underwent in July, but he then suffered the calf injury within the past couple weeks. The new injury is believed to be a minor issue, with Boone also saying the veteran backstop should be ready for Opening Day, per Chris Kirschner of The Athletic.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: No limitations in spring training

    Trevino (wrist) said Monday that he will not have any limitations in spring training, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Trevino -- who is more than six months removed from right wrist surgery -- implied that he's able to perform all baseball-related activities without issue. The veteran catcher will enter spring training seemingly behind youngster Austin Wells on the Yankees' catching depth chart, but assuming he's fully healthy, Trevino should still see plenty of work behind the plate in 2024.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Will start hitting soon

    Trevino (wrist) said Sunday he plans to start hitting in a couple weeks and expects to be ready for spring training next year, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Trevino underwent right wrist surgery in late July, putting an end to his 2023 campaign. He appears to be on track in his recovery, which should allow him to have a normal offseason. Trevino thus seems likely to enter spring training fully healthy, though it's not certain he'll open as the Yankees' primary catcher given Austin Wells' strong minor-league campaign and late-season call-up to the big-league squad.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Shifts to 60-day IL

    The Yankees transferred Trevino (wrist) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Tuesday. The transaction helps clear room on the 40-man roster for the Yankees' two pickups ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline, right-handed pitchers Keynan Middleton and Spencer Howard. Trevino has already been ruled out for the season after undergoing surgery last week to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Undergoes successful surgery

    Trevino posted on his personal Twitter account Thursday that his wrist surgery "went well." Trevino's surgery was needed to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist. The backstop will miss the remainder of the 2023 season but expects to be ready for spring training next year, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Placed on 10-day IL

    Trevino was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday, retroactive to July 18, with a torn ligament in his right wrist. Trevino was set to be on the bench for a third game in a row Friday, but the move to the IL explains his recent absences. It's unclear exactly how long he'll be out, but Ben Rortvedt was called up from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to serve as Kyle Higashioka's backup. Trevino has a .210/.257/.312 slash line with four home runs, 15 RBI and 15 runs in 55 games this season.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: On bench Friday

    Trevino is not in the starting lineup Friday versus the Royals. Trevino will remain on the bench for a third consecutive contest Friday. Kyle Higashioka will draw another start behind the plate and bat ninth in the series opener with Kansas City.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: On bench Tuesday

    Trevino is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Angels. Kyle Higashioka will start at catcher and bat eighth versus the Halos and left-hander Patrick Sandoval. Trevino was behind the plate for the Yankees on Sunday and Monday.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Remains on bench

    Trevino will sit Saturday against the Rockies. Trevino was on the bench for the final game of the first half and hasn't started either of the first two games after the break. Trevino is hitting just .211/.255/.316 (good for a 57 wRC+) on the season, which makes Kyle Higashioka's .236/.275/.400 line and 84 wRC+ look good. Trevino has only made four more starts than Higashioka behind the plate this season and hasn't shown anything to suggest he's about to move into a true starting role.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Sitting Friday

    Trevino isn't in the Yankees' lineup Friday against the Rockies, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports. Trevino went 3-for-14 with a homer, two RBI and two runs scored over his last five games prior to the All-Star break. He'll get a day off Friday while Kyle Higashioka starts behind the plate and bats ninth.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Out of Sunday's lineup

    Trevino is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cubs. The 30-year-old and Kyle Higashioka have alternated starts behind the plate for the Yankees' past six games, and that trend will continue Sunday after Trevino went 0-for-3 in Saturday's contest. Trevino has struggled offensive during the first half with a .211/.255/.316 slash line in 162 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Homers in win

    Trevino went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Tuesday's win over the Orioles. Trevino extended the Yankees' lead to 5-3 in the seventh inning with an opposite-field shot off Nick Vespi. It's Trevino's fourth home run of the year and his first since May 1. The 30-year-old backstop had been struggling at the plate, going 4-for-23 (.174) with just one extra-base hit in his previous nine games. On the season, Trevino's now slashing .212/.258/.322 with 15 RBI and 15 runs scored through 156 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Sitting Monday

    Trevino is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Orioles. Trevino will take a seat for the series opener with Baltimore after he worked behind the plate in three of the Yankees' past four contests. Kyle Higashioka will catch for starting pitcher Domingo German on Monday, after the two previously worked in tandem for German's perfect game against the Athletics last week.
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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Sitting out Game 1

    Trevino isn't in the Yankees' lineup for Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader with the Cardinals. Trevino was already set to sit out Friday's game before it was postponed and moved to Saturday, so it seems the Yankees will stick to the original plan and save him for Game 2. Kyle Higashioka will take over behind the plate and bat ninth.
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