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Alex Rodriguez may play in an intra-squad game on Monday but manager Joe Girardi wasn't sure. Boomer and Carton discuss the latest news surrounding A-Rod.
TAMPA, Fla. -- A rainy day in Tampa drove the Yankees underground this morning, leaving their clubhouse virtually empty as all the position players headed for the indoor batting cage, which is off limits to the media. They started floating in around 11 a.m., five minutes before the scheduled closing of the clubhouse, but a Yankees PR man cleared the room early, muttering something about the rain. What I can tell you is this: Alex Rodriguez's new first baseman's glove has been broken in and sat waiting for him in his locker.
Alex Rodriguez disccusses the warm reception of his teammates, his fans, and his excitement for the opportunity to return to the Yankees.
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Things returned to a state of semi-normal this morning after the Alex Rodriguez feeding frenzy broke out Monday afternoon. Chris Capuano threw some live batting practice on the big field, and Ivan Nova, in his third throwing session since Tommy John surgery, threw 25 fastballs in the bullpen and reported all is well. Still no timetable for his projected return to the big leagues but it will likely be late May to early June. A bunch of key arms in action a little later: Nathan Eovaldi, CC Sabathia, Michael Pineda, Dellin Betances and Adam Warren will all throw bullpens in the...
Nova also said he believes he'll start throwing off a mound soon. He's hoping to return to the Yankees in June, following his Tommy John surgery rehab