The New York Yankees have announced that second-baseman Rob Refsnyder will, indeed, stay with the big club for the foreseeable future.

The kid busted out in a big way during the game right before the 2015 MLB All-Star break. New York Yankees second-baseman Rob Refsnyder collected his first MLB hit and home run at Fenway Park last Sunday, exciting Yankees fans all over the world.

While we still don’t know how much Joe Girardi will lean on the kid at second in favor of the struggling Stephen Drew, we do now know Refsnyder will stay with the big club for a while.

According to John Harper of the New York Daily News, sources claim that Refsnyder will remain in the Bronx after the All-Star break concludes.

General manager Brian Cashman remains mum on the situation. In any event, Drew’s .182 batting average cannot help the thought that Refsnyder needs more time at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

New York gets back in action this Friday night as they host Robbie Cano and the Seattle Mariners.

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