The New York Yankees seem to be unavailable again to outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury for the entire season due to injuries.
According to Brendan Kuty of NJ.com, Yankees manager Aaron Boone announced that Ellsbury suffered a delay in his rehabilitation and even now has to deal with other injuries.
"He's doing some things, but different things have come up that have not allowed him to move forward to get to that point where we can start thinking about a lot of baseball activity."
Boone even indicated that Ellsbury is even further away than previously expected.
He's a little further off."
Ellsbury has not played in the Major Leagues since 2017 due to injuries and it seems it will be two seasons that the outfielder will be completely lost.
This may be the reason why Yankees removed his locker in the clubhouse from Yankee Stadium.