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Franchy Cordero hit 1-for-4 with a solo home run in New York’s 4-3 win against Cleveland on Wednesday.
Cordero now has four home runs in just 25 at-bats this season and is tied with Aaron Judge for the team lead. All four home runs have come in his last five games and Cordero now has the most RBI (11) by a Yankee in their first seven games with the team, passing Roger Maris, Robin Ventura, and Nick Swisher who all had 10. Cordero is slashing .280/.333/.800 so far and should continue to see regular playing time going forward, especially against right-handers.
Franchy Cordero went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in New York’s 11-2 victory over Cleveland on Tuesday.
Cordero blew the game open with his three-run bomb in the 3rd inning. It was his third home run in just 21 at-bats this season and he is tied with Giancarlo Stanton for second on the team despite having 15 fewer ABs than Stanton. Cordero is slashing .286/.348/1.110 with three home runs, 10 RBI, and four runs scored this season and offers sneaky fantasy value when he plays. He is definitely one to keep an eye on in this potent Yankee lineup.
Franchy Cordero went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and a strikeout during Sunday's 5-3 win over the Orioles.
After receiving the day off Saturday, Cordero doubled the Yankees' lead with a two-run homer in the fifth. In his lone at-bat Friday, he sent a three-run homer to right as well and ended the series 3-for-5 with two home runs and five RBI. As the Yankees settle in to a more consistent outfield rotation, Cordero will continue to be in the mix.
Franchy Cordero went 1-for-1 at the plate for the Yankees Friday, belting a three-run home run in a 7-6 loss to the Orioles.
Cordero has made the most of his limited playing time to begin the season, picking up hits in each of his three games to begin the season for the club. The 28-year-old has been a solid alternate option in a mostly reserve role for the Yankees, posting a 1.064 OPS in 11 plate appearances so far this season.
Franchy Cordero has agreed to a deal with the New York Yankees. He is expected to be a part of the Opening Day roster.
The contract is a split deal that pays $1 million in the big leagues and $180,000 in the minors. Cordero tore it up in the spring, hitting .413/.426/.674 but was still released by the Orioles. He will most likely serve a bench role for the Yankees.