Yankees move pieces on the roster and replace Troy Tulowitzki

The New York offices no longer know what to do with so many injuries

When the New York Yankees season was already being tough because of casualties on their hill, the injuries extended until they reached their infield.

The most recent with the loss of Troy Tulowitzki who unexpectedly was taken out of the lineup of the Yankees on Wednesday to send him to take additional tests to learn a little more about his injury.

Hours later the team made the official call Thairo Estrada from Triple A SWB RailRiders, also confirmed the number (30) that will be using during its sale in the Major Leagues.

The Tulo assignment was also confirmed to the 10-day disabled list with the possible opportunity to be back in May.

The 34-year-old infielder's new injury raises concerns at the Yankees' home about the track record of injuries he's been dragging. Tulowitzki comes from practically not playing since the 2017 season.

For its part, the prospect of the Estrada prospect is totally different since it will make its debut in the big team of New York.