Yankees injury updates: Allen’s rehab, Judge’s All-Star rethink, Bauers gets epidural

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The New York Yankees are facing significant challenges, and there is still a long road ahead before they receive good news. Despite their 6-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs last Saturday, the future remains uncertain for Greg Allen, Aaron Judge, and Jake Bauers.

Greg Allen’s injury and expected return

According to the MLB, Greg Allen is dealing with a right hip flexor strain and is expected to return in July. The injury occurred during a game in Los Angeles on June 2, and since then, Allen has been undergoing treatment and rehabilitation. However, there is some positive news as Allen is progressing well in his recovery. He is already taking flyballs in right field at Yankee Stadium, as reported by Max Goodman. The expectation is that Allen will be back in action soon, bringing hope to the team.

Jake Bauers’ injury and Franchy Cordero’s replacement

The Yankees, in a season plagued with injuries are about to find out the status of Jake Bauers, who has been plugged into a rotation of left fielders this season. Jake Bauers on a play against the Orioles.
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The Yankees recently had to deal with another injury to their roster. Jake Bauers has been placed on the 10-day injured list due to a left rotator cuff contusion. This injury presents a challenge for both Bauers and the team, as he is a key player. To compensate for his absence, Franchy Cordero has been called up from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to bolster the roster. Cordero is expected to play a significant role while Bauers recovers.

Aaron Judge’s All-Star Game participation in question amidst uncertainty

Aaron Judge is now running as part of his recovery from a sprained toe.
Robert Sabo / New York Post

Aaron Judge‘s participation in the All-Star Game remains uncertain. The player is still recovering from a sprained big right toe that has sidelined him for over a month, and he is “still debating” whether to travel to Seattle for the event.

According to the New York Post, Aaron Judge is consulting with his family, friends, and other players who have dealt with similar situations before making a decision. While he acknowledges the importance of representing the Yankees and appreciates the fans’ support, Aaron Judge carefully weighs his participation in the All-Star Game. Fans and the team eagerly await a definitive answer in the coming days.

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2 thoughts on “Yankees injury updates: Allen’s rehab, Judge’s All-Star rethink, Bauers gets epidural

  1. Hmmm DJ toe injury=offensive collapse trying to play through it, my thinking is Judge needs to cut bait and get surgery and be ready for Spring training 24′. A big toe is a big deal when it comes to hitting and it seems to have caused DJ to get his swing totally out of whack. Yankees need to get him fixed and well or it could make keeping Judge into a fiasco. imo ijs

  2. No positive coming back until completely fixed(probably surgery). Coming back risks further injury and swing compromises.

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