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Luke Voit plays first base in rehab assignment, could be back for Yankees next Friday

"The way we kind of have it mapped out is there's a chance he'll join us Friday when we start that homestand," Aaron Boone said.
Pinstripe Alley Aug 18, 2019
Luke Voit is essential for the Yankees’ postseason run

Luke Voit is essential for the Yankees’ postseason run

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Voit was a key contributor to the team’s success this season The Yankees placed Luke Voit on the 10-day IL with a sports hernia back on July 31. A hernia normally requires surgery to repair and commonly takes up to six weeks to heal. Opting for the procedure could derail his season, especially the longer he waits. At this point, a return from a surgery like that would most likely come in last week of September, and that’s if everything goes right. Luckily, Voit’s sports hernia is a little different than a traditional one. He opted to skip surgery and...
Pinstripe Alley Aug 18, 2019
Under the Hood: Cameron Maybin has been a revelation for the Yankees

Under the Hood: Cameron Maybin has been a revelation for the Yankees

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports The veteran outfielder has some staying power “Yankees acquired outfielder Cameron Maybin from the Indians in exchange for cash considerations.” Among all of the Bombers’ low-cost acquisitions in recent memory, the former top prospect joined the team in the most nondescript fashion. That says a lot considering that the club has recently traded for or signed the likes of Luke Voit, Gio Urshela, Mike Tauchman, and others. Embracing the fly-ball revolution, Maybin has achieved career highs in exit velocity (89.9 MPH) and launch angle (12.8 degrees) which...
Pinstripe Alley Aug 17, 2019
NYY News: Voit on his way back

NYY News: Voit on his way back

Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/ Luke Voit nears return; No innings limit for Domingo German; The potential 40-man casualties when Dellin Betances and Luis Severino return; Aaron Judge won’t fall in the batting order; Spending is good for winning. NJ.com | Mike Rosenstein: The Yankees got a little more good news regarding one of their injured stars. Luke Voit did some pregame work on the infield and indicated that he felt good. He will reportedly start a rehab assignment some time next week. According to Jack Curry, Voit said he felt “in the clear” with regards to his...
Newsday Aug 16, 2019

Yankees' Luke Voit: Sports hernia no longer is an issue and he won't need surgery

"Everything's feeling good," Voit says after full on-field workout.
NorthJersey.com Aug 16, 2019
Yankees 1B Luke Voit works around the bag on Friday

Yankees 1B Luke Voit works around the bag on Friday

Yankees first baseman Luke Voit (sports hernia) works out at first base before Fridays game at the Stadium.        
NorthJersey.com Aug 16, 2019
Luke Voit could return to the Yankees lineup by Sept. 1

Luke Voit could return to the Yankees lineup by Sept. 1

The Yankees could get back their first baseman in Luke Voit by September as he progresses from a sports hernia injury.        

Luke Voit avoids surgery, will start minor league rehab soon

Luke Voit is being sent to Scranton. The Yankee slugger, who has been on the injured list with a sports hernia, said he has cleared the stage where he may face surgery and will begin playing in minor league rehab games as soon as next week. “I know I am going to take batting practice there first,...
Redbird Rants Aug 14, 2019

St. Louis Cardinals: The Voit deal is no longer a terrible Mo trade

Luke Voit has taken off with the Yankees, and it seems like it has been a terrible deal for the St. Louis Cardinals. With Giovanny Gallegos going on a tear in the bullpen, maybe it isn’t as bad as it seems. As you probably know, during last years Trade Deadline; the St. Louis Cardinals dealt […] St. Louis Cardinals: The Voit deal is no longer a terrible Mo trade - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Newsday Aug 12, 2019

For a change, Yankees get positive injury news

Good reports from Luke Voit, Aaron Hicks, Luis Severino and Dellin Betances gives team a light at the end of its injury tunnel.
NorthJersey.com Aug 12, 2019
Yankees' Luke Voit sprints before Monday's doubleheader

Yankees' Luke Voit sprints before Monday's doubleheader

Yankees 1B Luke Voit (sports hernia) runs sprints on Monday morning at Yankee Stadium        

Here’s the latest on all the injured Yankees

The Yankees are 77-41, just a game off the best record in all of baseball. They’re there despite an outrageous amount of injuries, and could theoretically be even better when the walking wounded return. Here’s the latest on the banged-up Yankees: LUKE VOIT “I feel 100 percent right now,” Luke Voit...
NorthJersey.com Aug 12, 2019
Luke Voit hopes to be back playing for the Yankees in a couple of weeks

Luke Voit hopes to be back playing for the Yankees in a couple of weeks

Luke Voit scaled another important physical hurdle on Monday morning.        
NorthJersey.com Aug 5, 2019
New York Yankees keep rolling despite growing injured list

New York Yankees keep rolling despite growing injured list

Aaron Hicks’ return date is a mystery. He and Edwin Encarnacion got hurt the same day. Luke Voit is out, and now Gleyber Torres has a core injury.        
Pinstripe Alley Aug 3, 2019
Pitchers may have exposed a weakness in Luke Voit

Pitchers may have exposed a weakness in Luke Voit

Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Opposing hurlers have targeted a weakness for Luke Voit, and it’s up to him to adjust back. Luke Voit is still rather new to MLB stardom as his career takes off in a Yankee uniform. He was traded to New York last year in a fairly lopsided trade with the Cardinals, who got Giovanny Gallegos and Chasen Shreve, both relievers, in return for the big first baseman. Voit dominated down the stretch in 2018, won the starting first-base job in spring training, and quickly became one of the best first basemen of 2019, picking up where he left off from last year....

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