Aaron Boone’s claim that the media criticism of the Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez was “over the top” was incompatible with YES broadcaster Michael Kay.
On Monday, the bomber manager said media and fans had “unfairly criticized” Sanchez and were “blinded by some of what he really did well.” Kay went to Boone with a 15-minute rant in the episode “Michael Kay Show” on Tuesday.
“I liked this guy,” he said. “But when he said that (Sanchez’s) criticism was outweighed, I was stunned. I was about to pull my hair. It’s very unfair.”
Last season, Sanchez hit .147 with 10 home runs, 24 RBIs and 178 at-bats with 64 strikeouts in 49 games. He led all MLB catchers with a second error in three seasons and topped the league with a third passball in four years.
“I have never killed Gary Sanchez in his entire career,” Kay said. “I think he was a really terrible year this year. I’m not going to put lipstick on the pigs and that’s why I’m so offended. What?
“My advice to Aaron is that I don’t know if he will give me any advice, but everyone has an eye, so saying that is ruining your trust. That’s it. Everyone saw what (Sanchez) did. Everyone saw his year. Everyone saw that you didn’t start him in a winning or losing game. “
The future of Sanchez with the two-time All-Star Yankees is believed to have surfaced in the air after a brutal season that was put on the bench during the playoffs. There are rumors that the organization is considering trading a 27 year old person or making him a free agent.
“It’s not supposed to tear the player. Okay, but you’re overkill saying all the good things (Sanchez) would do when he didn’t play him. And Gerrit Cole. You may lose trust with your player because he didn’t want to sell to him.
“And I can’t say it was just one bad year. Look at the previous year last year. He wasn’t a good year either. And there are a few things (Boon Sanchez works) Well, you brought in catching instructor Tanner Swanson and taught him how to assemble the pitch better, especially at the lower pitch. He got better with it, but he knelt down. There was still a ball that was passed because it was, so don’t say that the criticism has been exceeded. “
For Kay, the fact that Boone defended Sanchez as strongly as he shows that the winner of the 2017 Silver Slugger Awards remains the Yankee.
“I heard the manager. Gary Sanchez doesn’t go anywhere,” Kay said. “(Boon) didn’t bother him to actually make himself look a little worse to tell you how good Gary Sanchez is.”
Michael Kay rips Aaron Boone to defend Gary Sanchez
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