Yankees injury report: Soriano, Austin, Miller, Turley

Alfonso Soriano

No one wants to hear about injuries in Spring Training, but luckily all of the injuries aren’t season threatening. Here were some of the injuries reported from camp:

Alfonso Soriano
Injury: Flu

Alfonso Soriano has been out with the flu bug and he said he felt worse today than yesterday. Girardi sent him home for the day and he’ll be re-evaluated on Monday.

Tyler Austin
Injury: Wrist

Tyler Austin’s right wrist was bothering him again, causing the Yankees to shut him down. Austin had the same issue with his wrist during the Arizona Fall League this past offseason. The Yankees will re-evaluate him in a couple of days and hope it’s nothing serious

Jim Miller
Injury: Calf

Jim Miller was slated to throw a bullpen today but he said he felt tightness in his calf. He’ll sit out again tomorrow and the Yankees hope he’ll be ready to go on Monday.

Nik Turley
Injury: Arm

Nik Turley said he had tightness in his arm so his bullpen was scratched. Girardi wasn’t overly concerned about Turley but he’s done for the day.

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One Response to Yankees injury report: Soriano, Austin, Miller, Turley

  1. I'm afraid for Tyler Austin's career. His power really made him stand out as a prospect, but if he's going to be a guy that slugs .400-.450 then he's not going to be a very productive outfielder. He's got to get healthy.

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