Found August 28, 2013 on Online Sports Guys:
((HT: Sportsnet)) There was a reason that Mark Reynolds had to play his second game ever at second base against the Toronto Blue Jays for the New York Yankees... Cano- injured... Nunez- really injured... So, Yankees outfielder Vernon Wells (back in his old haunt of Toronto) decided to... um... outline the Nunez injury that has Reynolds doing his job at position 4 pregame... See...??? Funny...
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