Miguel’s extra-base streak now stands at seven games after he doubled and homered in a 14-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on April 23.
On June 5th, he hit the first grand slam of his career off Seung-hwan Oh of the Blue Jays, helping New York to a 7-2 victory.
His seventh long ball of the year was this one. He hit .264 with 24 hits, including 6 doubles and 7 home runs, and 20 RBI in June, earning him the title of American League Rookie of the Month.
He received the award a second time in August after hitting.320 with 10 home runs and 29 RBI. In his final game of the season on September 30, he hit his 47th double of the year, tying the AL rookie record set by Fred Lynn in 1975.
In 149 games, he hit.297 with 27 home runs and 92 RBI, placing second in the voting for Rookie of the Year behind Shohei Ohtani.
In the postseason, he went 1 for 9 in the Yankees’ loss to the Boston Red Sox in the Division Series and got a hit and a walk in two plate appearances against the Oakland Athletics in the Wild Card Game.
Miguel Andújar Contract
The New York Yankees and Miguel Andujar agreed to a one-year, $1,300,000 deal, with $1,300,000 guaranteed.
Miguel Andújar Salary
Miguel Andujar receives a $1,300,000 yearly pay on average.
Miguel Andújar Net Worth
Miguel Andujar has a net worth estimation of $2 million