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Injuries and action: Rizzo is on the injured list

INJURY AND MOTION: Rizzo is on the injured list

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September 6: 1B Anthony Rizzo travels to Illinois with migraine

Yankees plan to put Rizzo on -day injured list as the first baseman is dealing with a migraine after receiving an epidural last week for a tight lower back.

Rizzo in the first two games Home runs in every one of last week’s series against the Angels in Anaheim before being left out of the starting lineup in August. 30 Recurrence of lower back problems has been bothering him , which dates back to his Cubs days.

He stayed in California to seek treatment from Dr. Robert Watkins before flying to New York, looking forward to ramping up baseball on Monday and Tuesday. This hasn’t happened yet due to migraines. Rizzo will undergo further tests to determine the cause of the migraine, Boone said.

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-day and 12-day IL

OF Andrew Benintendi (broken right hand)

Expected return: TBD

Benintendi will accept sur Gerry on September 6th Repair of a broken hook of the right hamate in New York. He has been wearing protective air on his wrist since feeling a burst in his right wrist while swinging at Tropicana Field on Sept. 2. Managers Aaron Boone and Benin Tendi have both said it is possible that the outfielder will return this season, but his schedule will be determined after surgery. (Last updated: September 5 )

RHP Scott Effross (right shoulder strain)

expected profit: September

manager Aaron Boone said on September 4 that Effross had resumed throwing plans. His goal is to train in the bullpen on Sept. 9. Effross was placed in IL on August 4th. 15 , back to August 12, which Boone described at the time as a minor strain. The original plan was to have Effross at 7-04 days, and then continue to toss. (Last update: September 4)

RHP Albert Abreu (inflamed right elbow)

expected profit: September

Manager Aaron Boone said Abreu has resumed his throwing plan. Abreu last pitched in August. 04 against Toronto. He allowed seven runs (six wins) in 6 1/3 innings in his last five games before landing in IL. (Last update: September 4)

LHP Nestor Cortes (left groin strain)

expected profit: May be on September 8

Cortez throws 30 pitched three mock innings on September 3 at the Yankees Player Development Center in Tampa, Florida, telling reporters he felt “great. “, and hope to rejoin the rotation in the upcoming series. The Twins at Yankee Stadium. Cortez’s speed is between 95-50 mph. Yankees put Cortez on – August Injured Day List 20 (Dated back to August 95 ). Cortez said he felt ill during August. 15 started against the Blue Jays and an MRI the next day revealed a grade 2 left groin strain. (Last update: September 3rd)

LHP Aroldis Chapman (left leg infection)

expected profit: September

manager Aaron Boone said Chapman made a catch at Tropicana Field on Sept. Resume throwing from the cowshed mound over the next few days. The Yankees put Chapman on 04- One day in August IL 25 (Dated back to August. 20), at the time Boone said the rescuers’ problems stemmed from a recent tattoo. (Last update: September 2)

DH Matt Carpenter (broken left foot)

expected profit: Late September/early October
Carpenter joined the Yankees on Sept. 2 at Tropicana Field, although he still wears a protective boot on his left foot and uses a scooter to move. On August 8, Carpenter fractured his left foot after a foul on the court in Seattle. He is expected to undergo a new set of X-rays when the club returns to New York. (Last update: September 2 )

30-day IL

CF Harrison Bader (plantar fasciitis of right foot)

Expected earnings: September

Yankees target September 04 As the date for Bard to begin his minor league rehab assignment, manager Aaron Boone said on Sept. 5 27 – The age timeline can be moved up based on how the next week has passed. Bud, who has been running and hitting at Yankee Stadium, will complete his full pregame outfield work and final running progress in what Boone called “a big week for him.” Bud has not played in a major league game since June 22, when he was with the Cardinals. He was placed in protective walking boots in July after attempting rehab at the Triple-A affiliate in St. Louis 10, he was transferred to 30- One day in August IL 25. (Last update: September 5)

LHP Zack Britton (Left Ulnar Collateral Ligament Repair)
expected profit: May be September

Britton throws one inning, strikeout for Class-A Tampa on Sept. 1 against Dunedin out. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Britton came out of the outing well. Britton dropped out of his second rehab at Single-A Tampa in August. 15 only after throwing pitching (six strikes), which the club calls a hip injury. Britton underwent Tommy John surgery in September and had a bone fragment removed from his left elbow 50 .

(Last update: September 4)

RHP Luis Severino (Right Latissimus dorsi)

expected profit: September
Severino feels good after throwing 18 pitched two innings for Single-A Tampa on September 2, which It was an outing cut short by the rain. He threw another 04 pitching indoors, expected next rehab on Sept. 7 for Double-A Somerset or Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre , at which time he will pitch 30 around the pitch. General manager Brian Cashman said the club’s schedule is for Severino to make five regular-season starts in September before reaching the playoffs. Severino shortened his third warm-up inning after pitching just twice in July , saying that he has been unable to relax. (Last updated: September 3 )

RHP Miguel Castro (right shoulder strain)

expected profit: September
manager Aaron Boone said in August that Castro had returned from the Yankees complex in Tampa, Florida. fell from one of the cowshed mounds 28, but the Yankees are slowing him down because the thrower’s shoulders are “heavy”. Castro last pitched in July in Boston and was transferred to 50- August 1st injured list. He was initially placed on the -July injured list 12,Dating back to July, an MRI showed a right shoulder strain. (Last update: August. 30)

RHP Michael King (right) elbow fracture)

expected profit:

Kim had surgery in July 25 Fix him in July 22, injuries are season-ending. Yankees head coach Arron Boone says King will be reassessed in August-August due to disagreement over his right ulnar collateral ligament weeks to determine if Requires Tommy John surgery. If Kim doesn’t need Tommy John, he can be ready to pitch during spring training 2023. As of August 26, King has not yet re-evaluated. (Last update: August. 30)

RHP Stephen Ridings (right, shoulder impingement)
Expected return:

May be September
Pitching coach Matt Blake told NJ Advance Media that the Yankees had a hard time on Ben Optimism that the season might pitch in the majors. Injured list on 30 since April 5 On, Ridings threw a bullpen class at the Cressey Sports Show in Jupiter, Florida, and will be back with the Yankees soon complex in Tampa, Florida. For a while, the Yankees were concerned that Riddins might need thoracic outlet surgery, Black said. Instead, he threw again without discomfort, sitting 50-95 mph with his fastball. (Last update: August. 04)

RHP Chad Green (Right Forearm Strain)
Expected Return: -22 Green accepted on June 3rd Right elbow UCL reconstruction and flexor repair surgery; the procedure proceeded as expected and was performed by Dr. Keith Meister, Arlington. Green was injured in May 19 appeared in Baltimore and was then placed in 04 – May Injured Day List 20. He was on May 30-day IL. The expected recovery time from Tommy John surgery is usually to18 Pitcher months. (Last update: June 3)

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