Miguel Andújar Current Team:

Miguel Andújar plays for the New York Yankees. He has been with the Yankees since 2017.

When Matt Holliday, the Yankees designated hitter, landed on the disabled list on June 28, the Yankees promoted Andujar to the major leagues after he played in seven games with the RailRiders.

That day, he made his major league debut as the Yankees’ designated hitter against the Chicago White Sox, going 3-for-4 with four RBIs and a walk, breaking the Yankees’ record for most RBIs in a first game.

The Yankees sent him back down to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre the next day, so he could continue to play every game as a third baseman.

On September 16, following the conclusion of the RailRiders’ season, in which Andujar batted.317 with nine home runs and 30 RBIs in 58 games, the Yankees promoted him to the major leagues.

As a result of an injury to Billy McKinney, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre elevated Andujar on April 1 to the majors. April 17. On April 23, Andujar hit a solo home run against the Minnesota Twins, making it his seventh consecutive game with an extra-base hit.

Andujar is the only Yankee under the age of 24 to have seven straight games with an extra base hit, joining Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle in that feat.

Miguel Andújar Jersey Number?

Miguel Andújar wears the number 41 Jersey.