Alert on Yankees! Gio Urshela suffers care injury and will go to MRI

A new concern has arisen in New York Yankees in the last hours as it has been announced that Gio Urshela will have to undergo an MRI to analyze a wrist injury. The Colombian has had a difficult 2021 season of MLB as a result of having had to visit the disabled list on several occasions.

The New York Yankees reported that Gio Urshela is scheduled to go for an MRI after he saw no action in Wednesday’s game against the Anaheim Angels with a hand injury.

Mules manager Aaron Boone said his third baseman landed on his left hand as he landed on a delayed double steal, when Urshela caught a pitch from Gary Sanchez in the second and immediately pitched home in an attempt to get out. Shohei Ohtani.

The Colombian has had a difficult season since he has had to go to the disabled list on several occasions. The most recent was about a month ago for a left hamstring injury.

Gio Urshela has seen action in 90 games of the 2021 MLB Season with the New York Yankees, during which time he has posted a .263 batting average with 11 home runs and 41 RBIs.

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