As in recent years, it appears that the Yankees have been wary of making large-scale trades, both at the deadline and outside of it, due to the possibility of receiving a high-profile prospect like Rafael Florial in return.
For him to show the Yankees just how valuable he is, now would be a perfect time.
There is still a lot to like about Florial, even though he has begun to fall down the Yankees’ rankings as a top young prospect.
For all of his flaws, Florial still has the ability to hit the ball out of the park, as well as the ability to cover a lot of territory in the field.
Stanton is out of whack, Aaron Judge, Miguel Andujar, and Clint Frazier are still injured, and Brett Gardner is a negative for the offense.
Florial should at the very least be able to park a few meatballs in the seats and make a couple of web jewels out in the center field.
His performance in this game was enough to show that his bat deserves more consideration in the lineup.
Because of this, they’ll have to give No. 90 more chances at the plate instead of sending him down to Triple-A Scranton to receive some extra practice time in the minors.
Estevan Florial Contract
The New York Yankees and Estevan Florial agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal that includes a $700,000 guarantee.
Estevan Florial Salary
The average annual earnings for Estevan Florial is $700,000.
Estevan Florial Net Worth
Estevan Florial has a net worth of $500,000