June 28, 2017

Another Yankee Pitcher Bites the Dust

NY Yankees

Rookie phenom Phil Hughes had a no-hitter going into the seventh inning last night against the Texas Rangers before a hamstring injury ended his night. This was only Hughes second start, but he looked like a seasoned vet in only his second career Major League start. The Yankees did go on to win the game 10-1, but learned they have lost Hughes for at least a month.

Hughes is the fifth Yankee starter to miss games already this year. Mike Mussina, Jeff Karstens and Carl Pavano are all currently on the disabled list and Chien-Ming Wang also missed the first three weeks of the season with a hamstring injury.

I know their bats are great, but I’m not sure even the Yankees and Joe Torre can survive these injuries.

Comments

  1. Bruins1 says:

    Go Halos

  2. This hurts so many fantasy teams, it’s not even funny…

    Thank god they fired that trainer

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