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New York Yankees fans saw a sight yesterday they would like to forget, as a JA Happ pitch struck Curtis Granderson in the foream. The worst possible news came out later, as the Grandy Man has a fracture and is expected to miss 10 weeks. Although Brian Cashman re-signed Ichiro Suzuki, the departure of Nick Swisher to the Indians already made the Yankee outfield a little thin, and this latest injury doesn’t help. Now, New York should be turning to Brett Gardner to pick up the slack and take over center field for the time being.
After playing in 150+ games in 2010 and 2011, Gardner’s 2012 campaign was derailed by injury, as the fleet-footed outfielder only played in 16 games last season. To make matters worse, he was off to a hot start in those 31 at-bats, hitting .323/.417/.387. He was originally slated to take over the starting duties in left field this year, but with Granderson on the shelf, it should be a no brainer for Joe Girardi to shift Gardner to center.
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New York Yankees’ centerfielder Curtis Granderson was hit in the forearm during a plate appearance Sunday. After X-rays were taken, the team announced he will be out 10 weeks. Granderson was hit by a pitch from Blue Jays’ pitcher J.A. Happ in the first inning of their matchup. X-rays revealed....
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And what occurred in the 1st inning of the second game of Spring Training vs. Toronto today?
A pitch hit Curtis Granderson in the arm, and the “precautionary” x-rays showed a fracture. According to the New York...
We have our first major injury of the spring, and it's not good news for the New York Yankees. Left fielder Curtis Granderson will miss ten weeks with a broken right forearm after being hit in the first inning by JA Happ of the Toronto Blue Jays.
With Granderson missing the first month or so of the regular season, the Yankees will probably end up going into Opening Day...
Spring training is supposed to be a relaxing time for veterans, but that’s not how it turned out for Curtis Granderson.
The New York Yankees outfielder suffered a fractured right forearm on Sunday after being hit by a pitch in his first spring training at-bat of the season. Granderson will be out of action until at least the first week of May, the Yankees announced.
All offseason long, there were questions regarding whether or not the Yankees had done enough. The Yankees, understandably, have been confident in themselves, but the media has expressed its share of doubt. That was with the Yankees as previously constructed. Now the Yankees are constructed differently, with one fewer Curtis Granderson, as the outfielder was hit by a pitch over the...
The New York Yankees injury woes continue to pile up on them. CBSSports.com is reporting that Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson will be out 10 weeks after fracturing his right forearm.
Granderson was hit by a pitch in his first grapefruit league at bat today by J.A. Happ. Granderson hit a team-leading 43 homers for New York last season, batting .232 with 106 RBIs in 160 games.
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Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reported Sunday that Yankees centerfielder Curtis Granderson will miss 10 weeks due to a fractured right forearm after being hit by a pitch in the teams’ 2-3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Granderson, outfielder, was drilled by a fastball in his first plate appearance of the game from Blue Jays pitcher, J.A. Happ. Granderson...
For the first time since October, we get to see the Bronx Bombers back in pinstripes. Today, the Yankees will face off against the revamped rival Toronto Blue Jays. Manager Joe Girardi will try the different outfield alignment, with Brett Gardner in center and Curtis Granderson in left. In the catching battle, Chris Stewart will get the start after Francisco Cervelli played yesterday...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said "No" on Tuesday to the idea of bringing in Johnny Damon as a short-term replacement for the injured Curtis Granderson.
Damon offered to
In the first inning today, the one guy we didn't expect to lose from injuries this year went down with a broken wrist.Curtis Granderson... out for 10 weeks.Unbelievable.And so it begins...
AN early injury to star outfielder, Curtis Granderson, will leave the Yankees missing his bat and speed to start the 2013 season.
The 2013 baseball season is still very young, but it seems as though it’s starting off the same way it ended in 2012, in shambles. When Derek Jeter had to be helped off the field near the end of the Yankees playoff run last year, it perfectly summarized...
The Yankees disabled list added another big name over the weekend when superstar Curtis Granderson was hit by a pitch that fractured his forearm.
Reports have Granderson hitting the shelf for at least 10 weeks and many experts will tell you that it is hard to estimate when he will be back up to full speed and strength when coming back from this type of injury. It appears that...
The Yankees will be in Sarasota, Fla. today and will be taking on AL East rival Baltimore. Since Brett Gardner, the frontrunner for the centerfield job, is the only regular position player to make the trip, manager Joe Girardi will have a good look at players fighting for positions on the roster. Some things to look for in today’s game will be the play of Francisco Cervelli...
Despite losing OF Curtis Granderson to a broken arm yesterday, the New York Yankees are about to get an emotional boost to their thin lineup. Team captain Derek Jeter is reportedly just two weeks away from returning to the diamond. General manager Brian Cashman told reporters that the veteran is physically able to do everything he needs to do right now, but the Yankees are being...
The New York Yankees are reportedly searching for outfield help in the wake of the serious injury sustained by Curtis Granderson on Sunday. And one former Bronx Bomber, who currently remains a free agent, says he would accept a second stint with the team if they offered.That former player is none other than Johnny Damon."I don't expect to hear from them," Damon told...