The New York Yankees have a powerful line-up with the likes of Giancarlo Stanton, Gary Sánchez, Didi Gregorius, Aaron Judge and many more. Also, their farm has produced top talents like Miguel Andújar and Gleyber Torres. It's simply outrageous.
But this doesn't mean good news for everyone. One of the Yankees' players that is not enjoying a good time this season is Brandon Drury, who was projected to feature as the main third baseman during this season.
But some health issues and injuries earlier on the season, have seen him being replaced by top prospect Miguel Andújar, while he remains in the minor leagues waiting for his recall to the Big Leagues. Drury spoke with The Athletic's Marc Carig about his frustrations:
I don't belong here at all. You come to that point where you just have to accept it. Obviously, I don't want to accept it. I need to be back in the big leagues quickly. I feel like I belong there and I can help the team win. At the same time, I need to do what I can do now to just get better every day
Even though the Yankees gave up two prospects to acquire him back in February in a three-team trade, but right now he could be on the move again, as the Yankees are looking for a pitcher and he could become a valuable piece to acquire the pitcher they need.