Brett Gardner extended his hitting streak to 11 games and went 8-for-12 in the series sweep over the Twins, but he left Wednesday’s game after getting drilled in the shoulder by a pitch. Gardner initially stayed in the game after he was hit in the fifth inning of the Yankees’ 11-3 win in The Bronx, but he was removed for pinch-hitter Clint Frazier in the seventh. Gardner said “it could be worse” and he could have remained in the game.
A young fan is “doing OK” after she was hit in the face by a foul ball during the fifth inning of an 11-3 Yankees win over the Twins on Wednesday in the Bronx. Joe Girardi gave the positive update after the game, saying he had heard from Stadium security. The game was delayed for nearly four minutes after a Todd Frazier line drive drilled the female fan in the stands just beyond the third-base dugout.
One of the Yankees’ top prospects, Billy McKinney, will play first base for the first time during instructional league, as the Yankees look to increase his value. The 23-year-old McKinney also will continue to play both corner-outfield spots. McKinney, who bats and throws lefty, excelled at the plate after being promoted to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre during the season. In 209 plate appearances, he had an OPS of .877.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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