Anthony Rizzo: Home Run, Trade, Stats, Vaccine

Anthony Vincent Rizzo is an American professional baseball first baseman for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. He has previously played in MLB for the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs. He is a three-time All-Star.

Anthony Rizzo: Home Run, Trade, Stats, Vaccine

Home Run:

New York Yankees first baseman Anthony Rizzo authored the first three-homer game of his career on Tuesday night in his team’s win over the Orioles (NYY 12, BAL 8).

While doing this, he took sole possession of the MLB lead in home runs with eight on the season.

Rizzo’s first multi-homer game as a Yankee and 20th of his career got started with this short-porch special in the third off Jordan Lyles: 

Trade:

The Yankees acquired Rizzo at the trade deadline in July from the Chicago Cubs in exchange for cash considerations and minor league prospects Alexander Vizcaíno and Kevin Alcántara. In 49 games, Rizzo slashed .

The New York Yankees announced that they have acquired INF Anthony Rizzo and cash considerations from the Chicago Cubs in exchange for minor league right-handed pitcher Alexander Vizcaíno and outfielder Kevin Alcántara. Rizzo, 31, is a three-time All-Star (2014-16) and is batting.

Stats:

Anthony Rizzo: Home Run, Trade, Stats, Vaccine

Game stats
 
Game
AB
R
H
RBI
Avg
27 Apr
vs
4
4
3
6
.283
24 Apr
vs
5
2
2
2
.250
23 Apr
vs
4
0
1
0
.235
23 Apr
vs
4
0
1
0
.234
21 Apr
@
4
0
1
0
.233
21 Apr
@
4
2
2
2
.231
20 Apr
@
2
1
0
0
.200
17 Apr
@
1
0
0
0
.212
17 Apr
@
4
0
1
1
.219
16 Apr
@
4
0
0
0
.214
Regular season
60
13
17
18
.283
Career stats
 
Year
Team
AB
R
H
RBI
BB
Avg
2022
60
13
17
18
9
.283
2021
173
32
43
21
16
.249
2021
323
41
80
40
36
.248
2020
203
26
45
24
28
.222
2019
512
89
150
94
71
.293
2018
566
74
160
101
70
.283
2017
572
99
156
109
91
.273
2016
583
94
170
109
74
.292
2015
586
94
163
101
78
.278
2014
524
89
150
78
73
.286
2013
606
71
141
80
76
.233
2012
337
44
96
48
27
.285
2011
128
9
18
9
21
.141
Career
 
5,173
775
1,389
832
670
.269

Vaccine:

On Tuesday, Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge did not answer directly when asked whether he had received the coronavirus vaccine.

New York City is sticking to its stance that professional athletes who have not received the vaccine cannot play home sports.

On Thursday, first baseman Anthony Rizzo did the same. Last year, Rizzo, a cancer survivor, said that while he was still a member of the Cubs, he was not vaccinated and it was a “personal decision” for him and his family.

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