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Cashman: Judge, Stanton both unlikely for Opening Day
When the New York Yankees begin their regular season in Baltimore on March 26, they'll likely take the field without two of their best players. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are not expected to be ready for Opening Day, general manager Brian Cashman told reporters, including George A. King III of the New York Post, on Tuesday. Judge hasn't appeared in a spring game because of soreness in his right shoulder. On Tuesday, Cashman said the discomfort had moved from Judge's shoulder to his pectoral area and that he'd undergo additional testing to identify the root of the problem, reports The Athletic's Rustin Dodd.
manager Aaron Boone left the team's spring training facilities Tuesday to return to his home in Connecticut.
Aaron Boone drives out of Steinbrenner Field; tells us he’s driving up to his home in Greenwich, Connecticut.— Marly Rivera (@MarlyRiveraESPN)
With Opening Day pushed back to mid-May at the earliest, uncertainty about the immediate future for players and staff members has abounded.
Yankees union repsaid the MLBPA recommends that players go wherever they are comfortable for the next four-to-six weeks, according to .
Yanks catcher Sanchez has sore back, slowed for couple days
BRADENTON, Fla. — New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez was scratched from batting practice Saturday due to a sore back, though manager Aaron Boone said he doesn't think the problem is serious. Boone said he thought the soreness stemmed from Sanchez playing back-to-back games for the first time in spring training. Boone said he expected Sanchez would be shut down on Sunday, but didn't rule out a return to game action in a few days. “His back wasBoone said he thought the soreness stemmed from Sanchez playing back-to-back games for the first time in spring training. Boone said he expected Sanchez would be shut down on Sunday, but didn't rule out a return to game action in a few days.
Britton, like Boone, is electing to return home to see family, though he plans to come back to the team's spring complex afterwards. Players aren't required to leave if they feel most comfortable in Tampa.
In addition to Boone and Britton, coaches Marcus Thames, Mike Harley, and the majority of the other staff members are apparently leaving,adds.
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