New York Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu ventures up once more, wins the American League Player of the Month.
DJ LeMahieu proceeds with his awesome season for the New York Yankees.
On Wednesday, it was reported that the Bombers second baseman has won the American League Player of the Month grant for the long stretch of June. The leadoff hitter for the Yankees unquestionably merits the acknowledgment too.
Through 77 amusements this year, LeMahieu, 30, is hitting .341 with 12 homers and 61 RBIs. Throughout each and every night, he’s demonstrating his value in the Yankees lineup and appearing powerful of a leadoff hitter he can be.
On the off chance that LeMahieu keeps reliably playing the way he’s been playing up to this point in 2019, he could present a solid defense to win the AL Most Valuable Player grant.
The last Yankees player to win the association MVP grant was third baseman Alex Rodriguez, who won it in 2007 when he hit .314 with 54 grand slams and 156 RBIs. He drove the class in the last two measurements.
The Yankees are as of now in an extraordinary spot. They’re 26 diversions over .500 at 55-29, driving the AL East division by 6.5 recreations over the second spot Tampa Bay Rays.
The Bombers completed a two-game arrangement against the New York Mets on Wednesday night. They at last vanquished the Mets 5-1 at Citi Field to part the arrangement.
The Yanks will presently go to Tampa Bay to confront the Rays for a four-game arrangement starting on Thursday night. From that point forward, the All-Star break will start with the Home Run Derby on Monday, July 8.