Has played in 429 of 810 possible games in that time.
Injuries have included knee surgery and back problems (2012), foot and abdominal strains (2011), and an endless series of right-shoulder problems going back to 2008.
Has hit .259/.353/.436 overall in that span. Per 162 games, which is kind of a funny thing to say about a guy who is always hurt, that works out to 23 home runs and 71 walks.
Splits from 2008-2012: .231/.302/.378 against left-handed pitchers, .269/.371/.457 against right-handers. He's batted a meaningless 27 times at the current Yankee Stadium and has five hits and one home run.
Progressive Field in Cleveland gives left-handed hitters a good boost on power, so Hafner's results with the Indians are likely reasonably representative of his results with the Yankees.
In short: he won't hit .308/.439/.659 again in this life, but it beats not having any left-handed power (or anyone) in the spot at all.
UPDATE: Via Jon Heyman, Pronk gets $2 million plus incentives, one-year deal. ...I count 329 official DL days for his career, plus a lengthy day-to-day which would have been a DL stay had it occurred prior to September.
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