Bartolo Colon was placed on the disabled list Sunday with a strained right hamstring, the latest blow to New York’s ailing rotation. But don’t worry, Yankees fans. The Bombers — and Colon — feel he’ll be back on the mound as soon as the hefty starter is eligible.
Joba Chamberlain’s dye contrast MRI has revealed torn ligament and the pitcher will likely need Tommy John surgery, ending his season with the Yankees.
Joba Chamberlain was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a stiff elbow, leaving the Yankees’ bullpen in dire straits.
Yankees setup man Rafael Soriano is going to be examined by renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews after having a second MRI on his sore right elbow.
Yankees reliever Rafael Soriano is still being slowed by his right elbow. The setup man felt discomfort during a bullpen session on Monday and his status is being re-evaluated.
Yankees setup man Rafael Soriano is unlikely to need a trip to the disabled list after an MRI on Wednesday revealed only mild inflammation in his right elbow.
The Yankees are waiting for a diagnosis on injured pitcher Phil Hughes, who is scheduled for more tests Wednesday. “If they find something, they find something,” Hughes said. “I’m just anxious to figure out what’s going on.”
Alex Rodriguez had a precautionary MRI on his lower back and side that “came back clean,” Joe Girardi said on Sunday. The three-time MVP is day to day and the team will see if he can play Tuesday night in Toronto.
Reports out of Yankee camp revealed that back-up catcher Francisco Cervelli has once again suffered an injury during spring training that will set him up to miss the early part of the season.
Brandon Dubinsky has suffered a stress fracture of the fibula in his left leg, and is expected to be sidelined for three to four weeks.
Rex Ryan downplayed Monday’s MRI on Mark Sanchez’s sore shoulder, saying it was strictly “precautionary,” and #6 should be fine to play at Chicago next Sunday.
Pennington’s season debut lasted only two plays before he departed with another injury to his troublesome right shoulder.
World-record holder Haile Gebrselassie has pulled out of the New York City Marathon with an apparent right knee injury.
There is promising news for families living with autistic children. Researchers at the University of Utah say they have found a better way to detect autism.
The Nets says an MRI performed Friday confirmed a low back strain and inflammation.