Gary Sánchez Height: How Tall Is Gary Sánchez?

At the start of 2016, though, it was Austin Romine who backed up McCann, with Gary spending the first four months of the season in the minors with Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

In 71 games, he hit .282 with 21 doubles, 10 home runs, and 50 runs batted in. He was back in the Futures Game.

He appeared in a one-off game with the Yankees on May 13th, going 0 for 4 as the DH against the Chicago White Sox, but he was called up to New York on August 3rd, after the Yankees made significant roster changes at the trade deadline, with the goal of giving him significant playing time to show what he was capable of.



That day, he got his first big league hit, a single off Hansel Robles of the New York Mets, and scored his first professional run while going 1 for 4 as the Yankees’ starting DH in a 9-5 victory over their crosstown rivals.

He made his first start behind the plate on August 5th against the Cleveland Indians and immediately showed off his arm, throwing out Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli on stolen base attempts in the first couple of innings; he then doubled in the fifth inning for his first RBI and added another the next inning with a bases-loaded walk.

He blasted his first major league home run against Junichi Tazawa in the eighth inning of a 9-4 triumph over the Boston Red Sox on August 10th.

How Tall Is Gary Sánchez?

Gary Sánchez’s height is 1.88 m.