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This is scary. Today, the Yankees activated Curtis Granderson from the DL, after announcing that Travis Hafner will miss a few days, because his shoulder is barking, and he's having an MRI.Listen: When Travis Hafner goes or an MRI, you better get his mailing address, because the money question is whether it's weeks or months. That shoulder is going to look like a Doppler radar shot of Topeka during a tornado.But am I right in wondering how this is so perfectly engineered? It's like a spooky math equation on Bill Nye the Science Guy: Grandy comes back just as the Hafner goes down? Granderson's return meant somebody had to take the Scranton bullet - unless... OMG! Bam... down goes Hafner? I'm sorry. This is scary. Before, the injuries were just weird. Now, I'm not buying the corporate line that it's random math. Either the universe is messing with us, or something else is up. Yeahp, I'm asking the question here:Is somebody is pruning the Yankee olive tr...
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Travis Hafner has had some soreness in his right shoulder lately and the Yankees DH is going to attempt to get some answers. Hafner will sit out a few games and undergo an MRI.
Hafner has had a long list of injuries during his career so the Yankees will not push the 35-year-old too hard this early in the season.
The return of Curtis Granderson will allow the...
Curtis Granderson (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The first of the New York Yankees walking wounded super stars, OF Curtis Granderson returns tonight in the Bronx vs. the Seattle Mariners.
So far this season, the outfield has been occupied with Vernon Wells in left; Brett Gardner in center; and Ichiro Suzuki in right.
That means someone has to go to make room for the Grandy-man.
York Yankees got back a powerful hitter when outfielder Curtis Granderson
returned to their lineup on May 14. The Yankees had awaited Granderson’s season
debut since early in Spring Training. However, there is now concern over the possibility
of losing another big left-handed bat for some time.
Fordin reports that Yankees’ designated...
The New York Yankees got a shot in the arm with the return of outfield Curtis Granderson to their lineup on Tuesday. Granderson went 0-3 with a run scored in the Yankees 4-3 win over the Seattle Mariners. Granderson had previously been out with a fractured right forearm.
By all accounts, Granderson looked okay out there, although the Yankees preferred to keep Brett Gardner in centerfield...
When the New York Yankees take the field on Tuesday, May 14,
to play the Seattle Mariners, they will finally have the bat of slugger Curtis
Granderson in the lineup. MLB.com’s Joey
Nowak reports that Granderson has completed his rehab assignment and will
play left field in Yankees stadium tonight. He will also hit fourth in the
Granderson missed almost...
Outfielder Curtis Granderson became the first of the New York Yankees' injured stars to return to the lineup, rejoining the team 2 1/2 months after breaking his right forearm in his first at-bat of spring training.
Granderson was activated from the disabled list and set to play left field and bat cleanup Tuesday night against Seattle. Not the easiest day for him to come back...
Curtis Granderson has been activated and I assume will be available tonight. Vidal Nuno has been optioned to Scranton to make room on the roster.
credit: getty images The New York Yankees have been riddled with injuries since the start of the season but slowly players are returning to the field. Curtis Granderson returned to the lineup recently and Mark Teixiera should be back with the team shortly. Teixiera told MLB.com writer Brian Hoch that he expects to be back with the team by June 1. Previously Teixiera has set a return...
Today, something will happen I never again expected to see:Curtis Granderson will rejoin the Yankees. I thought we'd trade him. Frankly, I hoped we would. Not that he's a villain. Grandy remains a solid world citizen - a good-deed-doer and role model to all. He plays fine defense and hits many HRs. It's just my lingering memory -- Curtis, trudging to the dugout, bat...
Curtis Granderson is in the starting lineup for the New York Yankees tonight, playing left field and batting fourth for their game against the Seattle Mariners. It's Granderson's first action of the season after breaking his forearm during Spring Training in March, and Granderson is also the first of the highly paid injured Yankees to play this season (in advance of Derek...
Here's tonight's Yankees lineup:
Brett Gardner CF
Robinson Cano 2B
Vernon Wells DH
Curtis Granderson LF
Lyle Overbay 1B
Jayson Nix SS
Ichiro Suzuki RF
Chris Nelson 3B
Austin Romine C
CC Sabathia P
Also, Travis Hafner is experience some soreness in his right shoulder and is headed for an MRI. Expect him to miss at least a few game.
The much anticipated return of Curtis Granderson will happen tonight against the Seattle Mariners. Granderson will be batting fourth and playing right field. The Yankees optioned left-hander Vidal Nuno toTriple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Nuno earned his first win yesterday beating Cleveland in his first major-league start.
Granderson slugged 43 home runs last season, but has been...
Welcome back, Curtis Granderson!
The All-Star slugger returns to the lineup after missing the first month and a half of the regular season with a broken forearm – he will hit cleanup and play left field; pitcher Vidal Nuno was sent down to clear a roster spot. There is another homecoming at the Stadium tonight, as Raul Ibanez returns to the place where he put himself in Yankee...
Curtis Granderson returned to the lineup last night and went 0-for-3 with a run scored and a big walk in the Yankees’ seventh inning rally. His presence represented a somewhat return to normalcy in the lineup. Now, it seems as if first baseman Mark Teixeira will return soon.
According to beat writer Bryan Hoch, Teixeira said yesterday that his “rehab is going great” and that...