Who did Miguel Andujar play for?
Miguel Andujar played for some minor teams when he was signed to the Yankees. He was signed by the Yankees in July 2011 as an international free agent.
The Gulf Coast Yankees signed him as a free agent in 2012, and he made his major league debut that year. For the Class A South Atlantic League, he played for the Charleston RiverDogs in 2014 and the Gulf Coast Yankees 2 in 2013.
In the Class A-Advanced Florida State League in 2015, Andujar was a member of the Tampa Yankees. He began the year with the Tampa Bay Rays before being promoted to the Class AA Eastern League’s Trenton Thunder.
He played in the Arizona Fall League after the 2016 season. After the season, the Yankees put him on their 40-man roster.
While playing for Trenton last year, Andujar hit seven home runs and drove in more than 50 runs in 67 games, setting the Eastern League record for most RBIs.
Gleyber Torres was promoted to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders of the Class AAA International League following a season-ending injury in June.
Miguel Andujar Current Team
Miguel Andujar is with the New York Yankees currently. He has been with them since 2017.
When Matt Holliday, the Yankees’ designated hitter, went on the disabled list on June 28, the Yankees promoted Andujar from the RailRiders.
His major league debut came against the Chicago White Sox when he was designated hitter and went 3-for-4 with four runs scored and a walk, breaking the Yankees’ record for most RBIs in a rookie game with four.