Not Updates On Chan Ho Park Yet 3

If you watched yesterday’s game and saw Chan Ho Park warming up in the bullpen might have been surprised when they didn’t see him in the game. No he didn’t have another bout of diarrhea. This time, according to Bryan Hoch of, he aggravated his right hamstring while throwing in the pen.

There will be tests conducted today to get an idea of how long Park will be out for, but we aren’t likely to get that news for a couple more hours. If he lands on the DL expect the Yankees to recall left handed pitcher Boone Logan from the minor leauges. Although, with David Robertson‘s early struggles it is possible they make the move for Mark Melancon especially with Damaso Marte pitching so well.

Lefty Royce Ring could be an option as well, but he is held back by the fact that he doesn’t have a spot on the 40-man roster. To make matters worse for Ring, Jonathan Albaladejo, one of the leading candidates to be DFA’d once the Yankees need room on their 40-man roster, has been pitching well. So the Yankees are less likely to expose him to waivers at this point.

Give us your thoughts on Park’s injury and how the bullpen could be realigned if he goes down and we’ll get you an update on Park as soon as it happens.

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3 thoughts on “Not Updates On Chan Ho Park Yet

  • Matt Imbrogno

    If they DL park, I'm sure they'll call up Chris Garcia, and then place him on the 60 day DL to free up a 40 man spot. After that, it'll likely be either Logan or Melancon.

  • Rob Abruzzese

    You're right Matt. Well that fixes the 40-man roster problem for Ring. I still think that Logan would get the call before him as Logan has 9K's and 1BB in 6.2 innings so far vs. Ring's 3K's and 3BB's in 4.2 innings. Although it could be Melancon, especially if Park's DL stint is expected to be prolonged.

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