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Newsday

Didi Gregorius' wrist sprain is not believed serious

During the first six weeks of spring training, the Yankees for the most part avoided any debilitating injuries.

The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News

X-rays negative; Yankees optimistic Gregorius will play Wednesday

X-rays came back negative, and now Didi Gregorius and the Yankees sound optimistic that they’ve dodged a bullet after today’s injury scare. “I was worried,” Gregorius said. “Now that everything is fine, there’s nothing to worry about.” Gregorius landed awkwardly on his glove hand while trying to make a diving play in the second inning. […] The post X-rays negative; Yankees optimistic Gregorius will play Wednesday appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Didi Gregorius sprains wrist

TAMPA, Fla. -- Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has a sprained left wrist, the team said Saturday. Gregorius was sent to a nearby hospital for x-rays, which didn't show any damage. Gregorius hurt the wrist diving for a ball in the second...

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Gregorius has sprained wrist; going for x-rays

The Yankees announced that Didi Gregorius has a sprained left wrist, and he’s going for precautionary x-rays.  The post Gregorius has sprained wrist; going for x-rays appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

New York Daily News

X-rays negative on Yankees SS Didi Gregorius' left wrist

You can't blame Joe Girardi for feeling a little queasy after watching his shortstop land awkwardly on his left wrist Saturday afternoon.

New York Post

Gregorius pulled with wrist injury

TAMPA — When Didi Gregorius remained in the game after rolling over on the left wrist diving for a ground ball in the second inning of the Yankees’ spring game...

MASN Sports

Hardy updates shoulder injury - School of Roch

SARASOTA, Fla. - Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy offered an update this morning on his left shoulder. "It's a little bit more sore today than yesterday," he said, adding that he wouldn't have played this afternoon against the Yankees in Tampa...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays: Cash catches up

Still has it It has been fewer than five years since Rays manager Kevin Cash played in the majors, so it shouldn't be surprising that Cash (left) squatted behind home plate to warm up reliever Kirby Yates before the ninth inning of Thursday's game against the Yankees. "I was really good at that, warming up pitchers," …

The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News

Spring Game 25: Yankees at Rays

YANKEES (13-10-1) Didi Gregorius SS Brendan Ryan 2B Garrett Jones 1B Chris Young CF John Ryan Murphy C Rob Refsnyder DH Slade Heathcott LF Ramon Flores RF Cole Figueroa 3B RHP Adam Warren (3-6, 2.97 in 2014) RAYS (10-9-1) David DeJesus DH Brandon Guyer RF Asdrubal Cabrera SS Evan Longoria 3B James Loney 1B Desmond […] The post Spring Game 25: Yankees at Rays appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' lineup vs. Tampa Bay Rays, plus workouts

TAMPA, Fla. -- Good morning, everyone. (Yes. Everyone. Even in places where it's not morning.)Here's the Yankees' lineup as it heads to Port Charlotte, Fla., to face the Tampa Bay Rays.Adam Warren will be on the mound, continuing his quest...

New York Post

The risk that comes with Yankees promoting Warren

PORT CHARLOTTE — Chris Capuano’s quadriceps injury hurt the Yankees’ bullpen more than the rotation. Signed to a head-scratching, one-year deal for $5 million in December, Capuano was slotted into...

Yankees Blog | ESPN New York

Day 33: Adam Warren takes on Tampa Bay

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Adam Warren -- who has pulled ahead in the race for the Yankees' fifth-starter job -- gets the call today against the Rays at Charlotte Sports Park. Here's the Yankees' starting lineup: Didi Gregorius, SS Brendan Ryan, 2B Garrett Jones, 1B Chris Young, CF John Ryan Murphy, C Rob Refsnyder, DH Slade Heathcott, LF Ramon Flores, RF Cole Figueroa, 3B Warren, RHP

Newark Star-Ledger

MLB hot stove: Yankees release Jared Burton

33-year-old hadn't pitched in a while due to injury

The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News

Cashman discusses spring decisions: starters, closers, catchers and A-Rod

Right before today’s game, general manager Brian Cashman discussed some of the decisions the Yankees have to make in the next week and a half: Choosing a fifth starter The Yankees came into camp with Chris Capuano as a rotation favorite, but his injury has opened the door to a true competition. While Chase Whitley, […] The post Cashman discusses spring decisions: starters, closers, catchers and A-Rod appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

New York Post

Jacoby Ellsbury’s defiant stance on Opening Day readiness

PORT CHARLOTTE — Jacoby Ellsbury hasn’t played in an exhibition game since March 15 due to an oblique injury on his right side. Nor has he taken batting practice. Yet, the Yankees...

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Mets target 80 pitches for Matt Harvey vs. Cardinals

VIERA, Fla. -- Matt Harvey will have an 80-pitch limit when he faces the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday, in his fifth Grapefruit League start. Harvey takes a 1.26 ERA and 9 2/3-inning scoreless streak into the start in Jupiter. He threw 60 pitches and blanked the New York Yankees for 5 2/3 innings on Sunday in Port St. Lucie. Harvey's official return from Tommy John surgery will come in the third game of the regular season, on April 9 at Washington.

Amazin' Stories | Bergen Record

A new role for Montero?

TAMPA, Fla. –The abilities that have allowed Rafael Montero to succeed as a starter were on display Wednesday against the Yankees as he navigated their lineup with ease. Now, with their bullpen in shambles due to a string of injuries, …

Newsday

Jose Pirela better but still feeling effects of concussion

A day later, Jose Pirela was in better shape than Joe Girardi expected. But Pirela -- who has impressed the Yankees and opposing team scouts with his swing and ability to play multiple positions -- continues to feel the effects of the concussion he suffered Sunday in Port St. Lucie against the Mets.

Newsday

Jose Pirela suffers concussion after crashing into wall

Joe Girardi wanted to see versatile Yankees spring sensation Jose Pirela in centerfield. But he certainly didn't want to see this.

The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News

Monday afternoon notes: Ellsbury still confident he’ll be ready

The Yankees have one starting pitcher with a torn elbow ligament, another with a surgically repaired knee, and another who’s dealt with shoulder issues for three years now. Yet it’s the veteran No. 5 starter who hurt himself earlier this spring. In the lineup, they have a right fielder coming back from elbow surgery, a […] The post Monday afternoon notes: Ellsbury still confident he’ll be ready appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Jose Pirela taken to hospital after crashing into wall (VIDEO)

Pirela's CT brain scan came back normal; more tests are being performed

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Mets 6, Yankees 0: Amazin' New York takeover looms?

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Captain David Wright was not biting on the line of questioning about his club taking over New York. Still, this much was indisputable Sunday: It was a good day for the New York Mets. Before a Tradition Field-record crowd of 8,205, the Mets produced four homers -- three against CC Sabathia -- en route to a 6-0 win against the New York Yankees. Juan Lagares had a first-inning inside-the-park homer on a play in which Yankees center fielder Jose Pirela banged his head, became dizzy and required a trip to the hospital.

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Wilmer Flores headed for X-rays on painful left foot

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- New York Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores headed for X-rays late Sunday afternoon after fouling a ball off his left foot in the third inning of a 6-0 win against the New York Yankees. Flores was badly limping and wearing a walking boot as he departed Tradition Field. "It hurts a lot," Flores told ESPNDeportes.com's Marly Rivera. Flores remained in the game until departing with other Mets starters after seven innings. The Mets already may be without starting second baseman Daniel Murphy at the start of the season.

Newsday

David Wright's opposite-field homer is encouraging sign

David Wright used Sunday's 6-0 win over the Yankees to wipe away any lingering doubts about the left shoulder injury that ruined his 2014 season.

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Lefty Duane Below to get more audition chances

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Left-hander Duane Below's first Grapefruit League appearance with the New York Mets likely will not be his last. With nobody stepping up in the lefty-relief competition after primary option Josh Edgin required Tommy John surgery, the Mets borrowed the 29-year-old Below from minor league camp to pitch in Sunday's 6-0 victory over the New York Yankees. Below allowed a single to lefty-hitting Nick Noonan and had a strikeout in a scoreless ninth.

YESNetwork

New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi with updates on Tanaka and Teixeira

Manager Joe Girardi addresses Mark Teixeira's injury and Masahiro Tanaka's rehab prior to Thursday's game. Subscribe for daily sports videos! Subscribe for daily videos on YES Network: http://yesnet.me/10FUHE2 Follow YES Network on Twitter: http://yesne

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Mark Teixeira discusses his injury and lack of Yankees offense in loss to Orioles

Mark Teixeira talks about the injury he sustained and the lack of offense generated by the Yankees in their 8-0 loss to the Orioles.