DJ LeMahieu’s Hip injury He was left out of the line-up for the Yankees’ critical showdown against the Rays on Friday night, and his status remained cloudy for the last two days of the regular season.
Anfielder saw a doctor on Friday afternoon, but manager Aaron Bone did not have an update. The Yankees had a brief fight against the Rays, 4-3., In the Bronx.
“I’ll go with the trainers and see what we have,” Bonn said. “But I didn’t have anything at the time of the game, other than that he wasn’t available tonight.”
Rougned Odor started from the third base at LeMahieu and went to 4 for 0 – including a strikeout to end the game with a tie run at the second base.
A hip injury kept Limahio out of last week’s game against the Red Sox, but he started the next four games before starting Thursday’s game with a hip injury.
“I think [Thursday was] Just one of those days, when the game was coming up, it really started to weigh in last night, “Bonn said.” It’s just something we have to manage the rest of the way.
Seeing that his season is over when he left the mound with a trainer in Toronto on Tuesday, Jameson could start Game 162 for the Tallinn Yankees.
The right-hander threw a ballpin session at Yankee Stadium on Friday, examining a partially torn tendon in his right ankle, which he restored on Tuesday. According to Bonn, he came out of the “too much play” session to start Sunday.
“[It went] That’s fine, “said Bonnie.” He was sharp. He looks really good. He feels really good. The most important thing is that his arm and everything is fine. Ankle is responding. No kindness, he’s letting it rip. Its mechanics are really accurate. So I have to say that the bullpen he threw is very encouraging.
Tallinn’s return will prevent the Yankees from calling the starter on Sunday or spending their bullpen before a possible wildcard game on Tuesday.
If Sunday’s start is better than his first comeback from the injured list – when he runs for just 2 ¹ / 3 innings with one run against the Blue Jays – Tylen will also make his case for a place in the playoffs. Can strengthen Wild card game
Kill Higashoka started the third straight game behind the plate, catching Nestor Cortes Jr. to lead 0-3. Gary Sanchez pinched for him in the ninth inning, with a tie run at the second base, and was out.
Bonn said Sanchez – who served as DH for one of Hagashiwaka’s games in Toronto last week – is healthy and will catch Jordan Montgomery on Saturday afternoon.
“One was going to catch you tonight and the other was going to catch you. [Saturday]”So in terms of match-up, I like it that way,” Bonn said.