New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton left Tuesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles due to calf tightness. On Wednesday, the team issued an update on his status. Stanton has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a right calf strain. The slugger underwent an MRI on his calf...
Thanks to reserve catcher Jose Trevino, the New York Yankees overcame the Baltimore Orioles in extra innings on Tuesday night. Trevino went 3-for-4 at the plate, including a solo home run in the third inning and a walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th. The former Texas Ranger put...
The New York Yankees placed Giancarlo Stanton on the injured list Wednesday with a calf strain. Stanton was having a spectacular start to the 2022 season, batting .285/.339/.523 with 11 home runs in 40 games. The 32-year-old slugger will now miss at least 10 days. The Yankees boast an MLB-best...
Jonathan Loaisiga is headed to the Injured List and Giancarlo Stanton may be as well. The Yankees’ good fortune has taken a stark turn. While the Yankees waited on the result of an MRI taken on Stanton’s right calf, they announced that Loaisiga would be going on the IL with right shoulder discomfort in another major blow to their bullpen. “He’s gone through some tests in the last couple of days,” manager Aaron Boone said. “Similar to what he dealt with last year, probably not as severe. Just feels like it’s probably something as a precaution we need to be smart here and take a couple of weeks and hopefully that’s all it is.” Loaisiga will join Aroldis Chapman and Chad Green as shelved top relievers. Stanton, who left Wednesday’s extra-inning win over the Orioles in the the seventh inning, told Boone he was feeling better on Thursday. But the manager still didn’t rule out an IL stint. Loaisiga has been shut down from throwing for the time being. Perhaps this break could be a reset for him. The right-hander has struggled this year, pitching to a 7.02 ERA in 16.2 innings with a 1.56 WHIP.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone gave updates on DJ LeMahieu and Giancarlo Stanton after the team’s walk-off victory over the Orioles on Tuesday.
NEW YORK -- Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is on the injured list for the fourth straight season. Stanton was placed on the 10-day IL with right ankle inflammation Wednesday as the ailing Yankees made a flurry of roster moves less than an hour before their series finale against Baltimore. "Feel...
The New York Yankees, owners of baseball's best record at 30-13, have been hit hard by injuries the last week or so, and it continued Wednesday: Giancarlo Stanton and Jonathan Loáisiga were both placed on the injured list, the team announced. Stanton has ankle inflammation and Loáisiga a shoulder strain. The Yankees did welcome Joey Gallo back from the COVID list, however.
The Yankees announced a series of moves ahead of tonight’s game with the Orioles. Most notably, the rhombus hitter/right fielder Giancarlo Stanton Heading to the 10-day casualty list due to a strain in his right calf. As New York developed the Redeemer Jonathan Loisiga In 15 days of IL and designated catch Rob Brantley for commissioning. In similar moves, the Yankees welcomed Joey Gallo Back from the list of people infected with Covid-19. As they mentioned painkillers JB Sears And David McKay From Triple A Scranton / Wilkes Barre.
The slugger appeared to suffer the injury while swinging at a pitch in the dirt.
The Yankees announced a series of moves before Wednesday night’s matchup with the Orioles. Most notably, designated hitter/right fielder Giancarlo Stanton is headed to the 10-day injured list because of a right calf strain. New York also placed reliever Jonathan Loáisiga on the 15-day IL and designated catcher Rob Brantly for assignment. In corresponding moves, the Yankees welcomed Joey Gallo back from the COVID-19 injured list. They also recalled relievers JP Sears and David McKay from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
There’s no denying that over the Yankees’ first couple months of baseball in 2022, they were pretty fortunate. The only significant injury they faced in spring training was to backup catcher Ben Rortvedt, who was immediately replaced before the season even began by Jose Trevino. Then, through mid-May, the most they dealt with was fourth outfielder Tim Locastro going down with a lat injury. Unfortunate, but hey, they were rolling with a three-man bench for a long stretch anyway.
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