Ex Yankee Aaron Hicks signs to stay within AL East

Michael Bennington
Tuesday May 30, 2023

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Aaron Hicks, who was recently let go by the New York Yankees, after being designated for assignment, will now be joining their AL East rival. The Baltimore Orioles have officially confirmed the signing of experienced outfielder Aaron Hicks to a major-league contract on Tuesday. The Orioles, who already had an open spot on the 40-man roster, have filled it with Hicks. Concurrently, on Tuesday, the Orioles had to bench outfielder Cedric Mullins due to a right groin strain, listing him on the 10-day injured list.

As for the new recruit, 33-year-old Hicks, his performance this season has been underwhelming prior to his release by the Yankees. In his 28 games with the Yankees, Hicks managed a disappointing .188/.263/.261 slash line with just one home run.

Over the course of his career, Hicks has managed a batting average of .230 with a total of 101 home runs and 356 runs batted in. He has accumulated these stats over 898 games, playing for the Minnesota Twins from 2013 to 2015 and the New York Yankees from 2016 to 2023.

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