The pitcher of the New York Yankees Domingo Germán is ready to begin his rehab after suffering a setback on August 20. However, manager Aaron Boone will closely monitor the performance to see whether or not he will be able to return this season of MLB.
The Dominican is scheduled to pitch in the minor leagues this Tuesday night. The Yankees have yet to announce where he will do it, but it could be in the Class A Hudson Valley ensemble, because the AA and AAA branch teams will be on the road.
Manager Aaron Boone assured that the outfielder Clint frazier He will not return for the remainder of the season, due to the constant dizziness and eye problems that he presents, he detailed to nj.com.
Frazier, who has missed 62 games this season, entered the 10-day disabled list on July 2. The player was then transferred to the 60-day disabled list on August 16, but it was thought that he could be recovered by the final part of the contest.
Luis Severino He has no date to make his debut for the Yankees this season, general manager Brian Cashman told ESPN Monday night. Even the executive raised the possibility that the right is not part of the team in the current calendar.
“He threw a 2-inning bullpen late last week and we are seeing progress. Now we expect him to have another session on Wednesday to explore his situation in depth and schedule a live game,” said Cashman, who did not say what date he will be on. flip the launcher.
Jameson Taillon could be back with the team by the end of September, manager Boone told nj.com on Tuesday. The right-hander suffered a tendon tear in his right ankle that sent him to the 10-day disabled list on the 9th of that month.
“He was in rehab for the weekend at Yankee Stadium and then he traveled to Citi Field to watch the team games. I was hoping he would miss just one start, but now he’s likely to miss at least two and maybe more.” Boone stated.