Found May 24, 2013 on Sliding Into Home:
PLAYERS: David Phelps
TEAMS: New York Yankees
David Phelps had to leave tonight's win over the Rays in the 8th inning after being hit on the arm by a line drive. Luckily, the x-rays were negative and the Yankees are saying it's just a right forearm contusion. As of now, his status for his next start remains unclear.
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