Yankees receive a hard ‘blow’: important player is injured from game vs Blue Jays

New York Yankees received a complicated news in the last hours because it was announced that DJ LeMahieu had to leave the game against the Toronto Blue Jays of the night of this Thursday, September 30 due to a hip injury. The ‘Mules’ could lose one of the most important pieces of their line up injured in a decisive moment of the 2021 Season of MLB.

DJ LeMahieu left the field of the game between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays early and it was later reported that it was due to inflammation in the area of ​​the right hip.

After the meeting Aaron Boone, helmsman of the ‘Mules’, reported to the press that it is not yet known if his element will be available for Friday’s game when they start series against the Tampa Bay Rays.

The Bronx team was victorious against the Canadians but losing LeMahieu to injury at this point in the season would mean a significant loss in the quest to qualify for the PlayOffs.

DJ LeMahieu has seen action in 150 games in the 2021 MLB Season with the New York Yankees. In this time, he has achieved a batting average of .268, with 10 home runs and 57 RBIs.

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