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Yankees' Anthony Seigler: Likely to begin season in Low-A
Seigler (kneecap) is expected to start the 2020 campaign with Low-A Charleston, Dan Kelly of SB Nation reports.
The Yankees drafted Seigler 23rd overall in the 2018 draft, and he was initially regarded as one of the team's top prospects. However, the backstop hit only .175 in 120 plate appearances in Low-A ball last season before a patella fracture ended his campaign after 30 games. Seigler's defensive tools make him an intriguing player to keep an eye on, and the coming season figures to be crucial in assessing his offensive potential.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Anthony Seigler: Out with patella fracture
Seigler will miss the rest of the season due to a patella fracture, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
He apparently called for a slider, got a fastball and got crossed up, which led to the injury. Seigler's on-base potential and athleticism for a catcher are intriguing aspects of his profile, but injuries have limited him to just 54 pro games since he was selected with the 23rd overall pick in the 2018 draft.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Anthony Seigler: Reporting to Low-A
The Yankees will assign Seigler (quadriceps) to Low-A Charleston on Monday to make his season debut, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
After straining his quadriceps in March, Seigler was held back at extended spring training as the Yankees took a cautious approach with returning him to game action. With the organization now apparently satisfied with how Seigler's quad has responded in a simulated games, the 2018 first-round pick will now make his debut in full-season ball. The 19-year-old will get a tough test right off the bat with Charleston set to oppose Dallas Keuchel, who will be making his first rehab start for the Braves' affiliate in Rome.... See More ... See Less
Yankees' Anthony Seigler: Out with quad strain
Seigler is dealing with a quad strain and may be held back in extended spring training to start the season, Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com reports.
He would have likely opened the year at Low-A, but this injury will delay his full-season debut. Seigler is a little under the radar right now in dynasty leagues, but is an extremely well-rounded catching prospect who could improve his stock in 2019.... See More ... See Less
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