The strength of the 2013 New York Yankees has been the bullpen and now that group is starting so show some chinks in its armor. Vital setup man in right-hander David Robertson is likely to be out for five-to-six days after undergoing an MRI that revealed tendinitis in his shoulder. Robertson said that he felt the discomfort after pitching on Thursday.
“After I came out of the game, I was a little sore,” Robertson said. “I came in this morning to get some treatment and decided to get an MRI. I have some inflammation [in my shoulder] right now, which is causing me a little discomfort.
“This is something where I felt like if I tried to pitch through it, I was afraid I might do something stupid, overthrow a baseball and injure myself. So I’m just going to take a day or two and let my body heal itself and be ready to go.”
Robertson is having yet another solid season for the Bronx Bomber posting an earned run average of 1.85, a WHIP of .99, and a K/9 ratio of 10.8. It still boggles my min...