Despite not making the Opening Day roster, Miguel Andújar put up some unbelievable numbers in his rookie year. Unfortunately he only received five of the 30 first place votes for Rookie of the Year, coming in second behind Shohei Ohtani. - Andújar’s initial season was one for the record books. The third basemen broke the record for the most doubles by a rookie in franchise history, surpassing Joe DiMaggio with 46 two-baggers. Andújar batted an eye-catching .297 this year, floating around the .300 mark for most of the season. Andújar belted 27 homers in 149 games, and he came up big in the clutch. - His bat was as consistent as anyone else’s in this club. Andújar helped carry this team and overcome some tough times throughout the course of the season. With Judge out a significant amount of time, along with the inconsistency of players like Stanton and Bird, Andújar truly helped this lineup simply produce runs. - The only reason why Miggy didn’t earn an A+ was because of the shaky defense he displayed in 2018. He made 15 errors at the hot corner, which adds up to a fielding percentage of .948 in 2018. - Overall, Miguel Andújar’s rookie campaign was one to remember. His bat made a lot of noise, as his glove needs some more work. With the Yankees or not next year, Miggy is set to have one heck of a career.