Aaron Hicks

Aaron Hicks Fantasy

0.179 215th
2.8 256th
0.360 144th
0.788 169th
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 202 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/2/1989 (30)

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Aaron Hicks News

Aaron Hicks Continues Heating Up

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks singled and walked twice against the Mets on Thursday, giving him seven hits and six walks over his last eight games. Under the hood, Hicks has been making progress on some of the factors that kept his production depressed earlier this season. Specifically, Hicks has seen his ground-ball rate drop over the past few weeks, and his bad luck (-0.031 wOBA-xwOBA, .246 BABIP) is starting to turn around as well. Home runs are still uncharacteristically difficult to come by for Hicks given his 9.7% HR:FB, but his home run output should improve over the rest of the season as his power stabilizes. Fantasy players should consider buying low on Hicks as a result and expect the outfielder to post an OPS above .800 over the rest of the season.

15 days ago
Aaron Hicks Departs Sunday’s Contest Early

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks left the second game of Sundays doubleheader against the Mets due to an apparent injury. Hicks was checked on by the training staff during his at-bat in the fifth before immediately departing the game after drawing a walk. By collecting a hit and a walk prior to his exit, Hicks bumped his on-base percentage on the season up to .358 through his first 27 games. While the power metrics havent been there, Hicks has been a serviceable season-long option with his OPS+ sitting at 100 entering play Sunday. The Yankees outfield is already in tatters due to injuries to Aaron Judge (calf) and Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) with Hicks next chance to return coming Monday against the Rays and right-hander Tyler Glasnow.

19 days ago
Aaron Hicks, Miguel Andujar Back In Lineup Sunday

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks and infielder/outfielder Miguel Andujar are both back in the lineup after getting the day off on Saturday. Hicks was expected back after Tauchman started in left for the second game of the series, but it's interesting that Andujar is in the lineup against right-hander Austin Brice. Perhaps it's the start of a conscious effort to get his bat in the lineup more often. It's not a question of if he can contribute fantasy-wise- he just needs the playing time. He could be a nice start in all formats against Brice, who was roughed up in his first outing.

over 1 month ago