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Newark Star-Ledger Apr 15, 2014

Yankees place catcher Francisco Cervelli on 60-day disabled list

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Yankees place catcher Francisco Cervelli on 60-day disabled list; bring up John Ryan Murphy and Scott Sizemore

Yankees place catcher Francisco Cervelli on 60-day disabled list; bring up John Ryan Murphy and Scott Sizemore

The team announced it put catcher Francisco Cervelli on the 60-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain, recalled catcher John Ryan Murphy from Triple-A Scranton and inked infielder Scott Sizemore to a big-league contract and selected him to the 25-man roster from Scranton.
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Yanks transfer C Cervelli to 60-day DL - Francisco Cervelli (C) New York Yankees

Yankees transferred C Francisco Cervelli from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.

Murphy and Sizemore called up; Cervelli placed on 60-day

The Yankees have announced their anticipated roster moves. 1. Francisco Cervelli was placed on the disabled list with a strained hamstring. The injury is serious enough that he’s going directly to the 60-day DL. 2. John Ryan Murphy was called up to replace Cervelli as the backup catcher. The Yankees have already had four different […]The post Murphy and Sizemore called up; Cervelli placed on 60-day appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
KFFL Apr 15, 2014

Yankees | Francisco Cervelli to DL

The New York Yankees placed C Francisco Cervelli (hamstring) on the 15-day disabled list with ...
New York Daily News Apr 14, 2014
Yankees Insider: Cervelli to go on DL

Yankees Insider: Cervelli to go on DL

John Farrell wasn’t the only loser on Francisco Cervelli’s close play at first Sunday night.
New York Post Apr 14, 2014

Cervelli going to DL as Yankees continue to jumble roster

Move over Mark Teixeira, David Robertson and Brendan Ryan, and make room for Francisco Cervelli on the DL. And there might be more Yankees headed to the shelf. As expected,...

Mid-day notes: McCann, Cervelli, Greene

The Yankees have passed along three notes this afternoon. 1. X-rays on Brian McCann’s right hand came back negative. He was hit in the throwing hand while catching and stayed in the game. He indicated that he wasn’t too worried, but the Yankees obviously wanted to make sure. 2. Francisco Cervelli’s MRI revealed a Grade […]The post Mid-day notes: McCann, Cervelli, Greene appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
KFFL Apr 14, 2014

Yankees | Francisco Cervelli to be out for a while

New York Yankees C Francisco Cervelli (hamstring) is expected to be out significantly longer than ...
KFFL Apr 14, 2014

Yankees | Francisco Cervelli headed to DL

New York Yankees C Francisco Cervelli's (hamstring) MRI exam revealed a Grade 2 right hamstring ...
KFFL Apr 14, 2014

Yankees | Francisco Cervelli likely headed to DL

New York Yankees C Francisco Cervelli (hamstring) is likely headed to the disabled list after ...
Over the Monster Apr 14, 2014

John Farrell the first manager to be ejected after video review

To his credit, he had a point to make. The Red Sox would lose to the Yankees 3-2 on Sunday night, and manager John Farrell believes a significant reason for that was this overturned play in the fourth inning: Your browser does not support iframes. Essentially, Francisco Cervelli reached first base at the same time the throw reached Mike Napoli's glove: as the call had already been made that Cervelli was out, and no conclusive evidence existed via review that Cervelli had clearly beaten the throw, the play should have stood as it was originally called. John Farrell tried to say as much to...
KFFL Apr 14, 2014

Yankees | Francisco Cervelli to have MRI

New York Yankees C Francisco Cervelli (hamstring) will have an MRI on his injured hamstring ...

Cervelli exits with apparent leg injury

NEW YORK – New York Yankees catcher/first baseman Francisco Cervelli left Sunday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox with an apparent leg injury. Cervelli hurt himself running to first base in the bottom of the fourth inning, trying to beat out a double play. After touching the bag, he appeared to grab the back of his right leg and crumpled to the ground, before eventually limping off the field. First-base umpire Bob Davidson called Cervelli out, but Yankees manager Joe Girardi challenged the call and it was overturned via instant replay, allowing a run to score.

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