Gary Sanchez leaves game with apparent arm injury

Greg Bird might not be the only Baby Bomber to suffer an injury in this series.

During the fifth inning of the Yankees afternoon contest with the Baltimore Orioles, Gary Sanchez had apparent arm pain while fouling a pitch back on a 3-1 count. The trainers immediately checked on Sanchez, but Sanchez would later leave the game after he failed to get through the practice swing.

Austin Romine immediately entered the game and completed the walk.

Brian Cashman is at the Yankees and Orioles contest, and reports say Cashman immediately went to the trainer’s room after witnessing Sanchez’s injury.

Stay tuned to this post as we’ll keep you updated on Sanchez’s condition.

UPDATE: Gary Sanchez suffered a right bicep strain. There’s currently no timetable regarding Sanchez’s return.

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2 Responses to Gary Sanchez leaves game with apparent arm injury

  1. tom says:

    Higgy time?

    • Terry says:

      I believe so. When I first saw it, I thought " Oooh that's a tear". They say it's only a strain and I hope so, but that practice swing after sure looked like a partial could be there. Hope not. At any rate he'll be out for a little while and that should mean " Higgy time".

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