Benintendi disappointed by slow start to Yankees career
11 days ago - By TheScore
New York Yankees outfielder Andrew Benintendi is well aware of his struggles since coming over in a trade with the Kansas City Royals on July 28. "Not the start that I wanted or anticipated," Benintendi told NJ Advance Media's Brendan Kuty on Saturday. "But it's part of the game, I guess. Just trying to find something to get going." Benintendi entered play Saturday with just a pair of hits in 24 at-bats with the Yankees. He's drawn eight walks, enabling him to post a .303 on-base percentage. "I'm just making a lot of weak contact," Benintendi said. "Not driving the ball at all. My timing's...
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