Time is running short to take care of Yankees Starlin Castro issue New York Post

“TAMPA u2014 Of all active players, who had the most hits through his age-26 season? For no reason in particular, letu2019s go top three:
1. Miguel Cabrera, with 1,220 through 2009.
2. Albert Pujols, with 1,159 through 2006.
3. Starlin Castro, with 1,147 through 2016.
Here with the Yankees, one can lose sight of Castrou2019s accomplishments (thanks, Baseball-Reference.com), particularly when you see him contribute defensively to a six-run first i
ing by the opponent as he did Sunday at George M. Steinbre
er Field.
For all of the exciting young infielders the Yankees now employ, Castro still can tantalize u2014 and, just as much, aggravate u2014 in his own right.
u201cYeah, for sure. I know I can be really good,u201d Castro said, following the Yankeesu2019 10-2 loss to the Braves. u201cJust working on consistency. I just keep working. I keep pushing myself to be more consistent on both sides.u201d”

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