MLB: Is the end coming in the Yankees? Aaron Hicks talks about his future

Aaron Hicks has had difficult campaigns in the Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member of the new yankees York. This has led the outfielder to put on the table the opportunity to leave the Bronx at some point because considers that he could do better in another organization as happened with Joey Gallowho was sent to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

“Things are tough in New York,” Aaron Hicks mentioned in statements he made regarding the moment he is living in the Yankees and the complications he has had to maintain his rhythm of the game.

The outfielder spoke about the possibility of leaving the team and having more playing opportunities in another, taking as an example what happened with Joey Gallo who was sent to the Los Angeles Dodgers and has seen better.

“Joey (Gallo) started playing better with the Dodgers and I saw on a podcast that Dave Roberts was a big part of that with him wanting the best from his players,” Hicks said, according to Dan Martin of the New York Post.

Aaron Hicks has seen action in 120 games of the 2022 Major League Baseball Season with the New York Yankees. In them he has put his batting average at .212 and has hit six home runs and produced 36 runs.

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MLB: Is the end coming in the Yankees? Aaron Hicks talks about his future