The Yankees placed Patroller Clint Frazer on the 10-day list of disabilities because of what manager Aaron Boone describes as a "little tear" on his left ankle.
For his part, patrolman Giancarlo Stanton also deals with a new left shoulder injury, which requires cortisone injection.
Clint Frazer goes to the list of victims. Aaron Boone said there was a partial tear in Frazier's left ankle. They believe they can be 10-14 days.
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April 25, 2019
Bun said that in the case of Fraser, he could return after 10 to 14 days.
Frazier hurt his ankle while slipping in the 12th round of New York's victory 4-2 on the Angels on Monday.
As for Stenton, Bun said the striker had received the injection on Monday to cope with "some residual problems on his shoulder," apparently dating before before Stenton pulled the biceps on March 31.
Boone said that Stenton will stay in California to work with some fitness trainers who knows and then join the club for the upcoming series against D-backs in Arizona.
The right Joseph Harvey was promoted by Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre on Thursday to replace Fraser who hit 3232 /. The Yankees were also dropped on Thursday by Nicaraguan right Jonathan Loassiga in Scranton / Wilkes-Barre.
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