Yankees get Garcia back and send Igarashi to minors

The Yankees were without Freddy Garcia for the weekend, but he’s back and the man that took his spot on the roster, Ryota Igarashi, has been sent back down to Triple-A.

Garcia was on the bereavement list since Thursday to attend the funeral of his grandfather back in Venezuela. Igarashi made just one appearance over the weekend. He pitched one inning and allowed one run on a hit and two walks.

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2 Responses to Yankees get Garcia back and send Igarashi to minors

  1. cyril morley says:

    The yankees looking for a outfielder, they should look with in there minor league first. etc- Ray Kruml, Dan Brewer, Melky Mesa, Eduardo Sosa, Kevin De Leon, Tyler Austin, Ravel Santana, Wilmer Romero, Yeicok Calderon, Abraham Almonte & Zoilo Almonte. Every team as young player.

    Look at few trade, what i think could help the yankees 2012
    Trade Ramiro Pena & Dan Brewer to Phillies for Dom Brown, Trade Francisco Cervelli, Boone Logan & David Aardsma to Royals for Micheal Montgomery, Clint Robinson & Joakim Soria, Trade Nick Swisher, Eduardo Nunez & David Adams to A.Braves for Jason Heyward, Steve Kent & Arody Vizcaino

  2. Frank Spero says:

    leave nunners(nunez) and swish the hell alone

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