The New York Yankees at this time are a real hospital and do not know how to make up for injury losses that have accumulated in just these first weeks of the regular season. One of the most sensitive is undoubtedly the injury of the young wonder Miguel Andújar, who is at risk of having surgery and getting lost all year.
However, the good news has surfaced in the Yankees' camp, as Erik Bolland of NewsDay Sports caught Miguel Andújar making some pitches at first base since the third in Houston's Astros Stadium, the Minute Maid Park, where the Yanks are playing a series against the Texans.
Watching his progress were Yankees infield coach, Carlos Mendoza, along with manager Aaron Boone, who hopes to have second place in the Rookie of the Year vote last season during this year, as he is at risk of missing the campaign complete
These exercises mark the first time Andújar throws a ball since he suffered the injury early in the season. The place in the third of the Yankees has been occupied by DJ LeMahieu in a great way, apart from Gio Urshela.