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New York Yankees Catcher To Be Out For The Season

Jose Trevino via Getty Images

New York Yankees news reporter, Bryan Hoch, reported yesterday that the Yankees starting catcher, Jose Trevino will need season-ending wrist surgery. The name of the injury is a torn TFCC ligament. This is tough news for the already struggling New York Yankees team.


Jose Trevino said that his wrist has been a issue dating back to spring training. He thought he could play through the pain. Now, he reached a point that he won't be able to play through the pain, and his season is now over.


Trevino was interviewed after the news. “It’s very frustrating. I want to be out there. I want to play; I love to play. I love to catch, I love to wear the pinstripes. There’s nothing more than I want to do than go out there and play, but at this point, I’m not helping anybody.”


Jose Trevino's offensive stats aren't going to woah you, as he's slashing .210/.257/.312, to go along with that, he has 4 HR's, and 15 RBI's. Although, the Yankees are certainly going to miss his defense, as he won the platinum glove last year, and he's good on defense again this year.


Jose Trevino expects to be ready for spring training of 2024. A team is never going to get the same production from their backups as they're with their starters. The Yankees will definitely need some sort of production from the catchers position, as their starting catcher is now out for the season.

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