Multiple sources told Pinstriped Prospects on Wednesday morning that the Yankees plan to promote third baseman Miguel Andujar to the major leagues.
Andujar, who was recently promoted to Triple-A, has hit .312 with 8 homers and 54 RBI in 74 games with Trenton and Scranton this season. The 22-year-old had a .312/.342/.494 slash line over 67 games with the Trenton Thunder this season before being promoted to the RailRiders on June 19. He has played only seven games in Triple-A and was hitting .308/.379/.462 before today.
Andujar is already on the Yankees 40-man roster, so the only move that would have to happen would be to clear a space on the 25-man roster.