When will Jose Treviño return from the Yankees’ disabled list? [Sports News]

The New York Yankees have placed catcher Jose Trevino on the 10-day disabled list with a strained hamstring, giving Ben Rortvedt a chance to make the big-team roster.

The Gold Glove and Platinum winner will be out indefinitely after not putting up the best offensive numbers, posting just a .219/.265/.333 offensive line in 102 appearances.

The Yankees will give Treviño a chance to fully heal, giving Kyle Higashioka a chance to be the starting catcher.

The Yankees have 13 players on the disabled list, including Giancarlo Stanton, Carlos Rodón and Josh Donaldson.

Rortvedt, for his part, already had the opportunity to debut with the Yankees, going 2-4 in his first game in the MLB since 2021, when he was part of the Minnesota Twins.

For the Yankees, acquiring Treviño was one of the most profitable negotiations of 2022, since his salary was $720,000 and the player will have 3 years of eligibility for salary arbitration before becoming a free agent in 2026.

The 29-year-old American put out 33% of runners who tried to steal bases from him in 2022, saved 21 runs in 820.1 innings behind home plate and had a 53.9% strikeout average. He also committed just 6 errors in 866 chances as a mask.