Harrison Bader Injury Update


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Update: The New York Yankees shared news on Tuesday evening that center fielder Harrison Bader is heading to the 10-day injured list due to a right hamstring strain. The team simultaneously announced the promotion of outfielder Franchy Cordero to fill the void. Bader sustained the injury on Monday night while attempting to secure an infield single. No precise recovery timeline was provided by the team for Bader’s return

Harrison Bader, after coming back from injury this season and playing a critical role in Yankees offense and defense since returning, has just left the game in the 3rd inning vs the Seattle Mariners. This is a second night that a Yankees starter has been removed during the game due to injury, as Anthony Rizzo remained out of the lineup tonight due to neck stiffness. He was removed after reaching on an infield single with what looked like an apparent hamstring injury.  Bader missed the first 30 games of the season with a strained oblique. Greg Allen, recently acquired, came in to pinch run and was immediately picked off ending the inning. Judge homered in the same inning giving the Yankees a 3-1 lead, and eventually hit another one leading the Yankees to a 10-4 win over the Mainers Tuesday night in T Mobile park.

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6 thoughts on “Harrison Bader Injury Update

  1. It’s because he gives 110% on every play. You can’t take the risks he takes without playing the price now and then. He’s a lot like Rizzo. We need more players like them on the team.

    1. He was runni g 90 feet to first base. This did not happen doing a lateral, outfield move. This is not from hustling.

  2. A true Yankee has a heart of courage!!!He plays with out strings attached. Giving 110 percent. That kind of player doesn’t care about injury. They play with their heart!!!.We will win another championship!!! Born in the Bronx Tony Q

    1. There is something wrong with today’s baseball players maybe they are not getting the right conditioning. During the 80s and 90s u never saw all these frequent injuries .Cal Ripken played over 4000 straight games none of today’s players could even come close.

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