Who is injured on the Yankees right now?

Who is injured on the Yankees right now?

2022 New York Yankees: Injuries

Date Player Injury
5/26/22 Hicks, Aaron Hicks, A. Hamstring
5/25/22 Loáisiga, Jonathan Loáisiga, J. Right Shoulder
5/24/22 Chapman, Aroldis Chapman, A. Achilles
5/24/22 LeMahieu, DJ LeMahieu, D. Wrist

Who is out on the Yankees?

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Player Position Injury Status
A. Chapman RP Expected to be out until at least Jun 17
J. Loaisiga RP Expected to be out until at least Jun 22

When did Mariano Rivera tear his ACL?

For New York fans, the injury eerily echoes the ACL tear sustained by Knicks guard Iman Shumpert in Game 1 against the Miami Heat on Saturday. And early reports from Girardi (via ESPN) confirm the worst—that Rivera has torn his ACL and will likely miss the remainder of the 2012 season.

Is Giancarlo Stanton injured?

Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton: Out with calf strain Stanton was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right calf strain. Stanton underwent an MRI on Wednesday morning after suffering the injury during Tuesday’s contest against the Orioles, and he’ll now be sidelined for at least the next 10 days.

Is Chapman hurt for the Yankees?

Yankees place closer Aroldis Chapman on injured list with Achilles tendinitis. The New York Yankees placed closer Aroldis Chapman on the injured list on Tuesday because of left Achilles tendinitis. Catcher Kyle Higashioka was activated from the COVID-19 injured list in a corresponding move.

Is Stanton still on the Yankees?

The Yankees announced Wednesday they are placing Giancarlo Stanton on the injured list in a series of roster moves. They also put reliever Jonathan Loáisiga on the IL with a shoulder injury, and activated outfielder Joey Gallo off the COVID-injured list.

What happened to Kyle higashioka?

Higashioka (undisclosed) was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Sunday. Higashioka will now step away from the team until he clears the league’s testing protocols.

Is Gallo injured?

Gallo (illness) was activated from the COVID-19 injured list and will bat sixth as the designated hitter Wednesday against the Orioles. The 28-year-old has been sidelined nearly a week while battling the ailment, but he’ll rejoin the active roster Wednesday while Giancarlo Stanton (calf) heads to the injured list.

Where is Giancarlo Stanton now?

New York YankeesGiancarlo Stanton / Current team (#27 / Right fielder)

Is Stanton injured for the Yankees?

What happened Yankee Chapman?

Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman: Has tendinitis, may need IL stint Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Monday that Chapman underwent an MRI on his left Achilles’ tendon, which returned negative for structural damage but revealed tendinitis, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Why is Chapman on the il?

Chapman, who’s been sidelined since May 24 with left Achilles tendinitis, played catch Tuesday at Yankee Stadium for the first time since he hit the IL. “Process is going really good,” Chapman said through an interpreter. “Feeling much better every day.”

Is Stanton black?

Stanton is mostly of Irish American, Puerto Rican, and [African American] descent. His parents, Mike Stanton and Jacinta Garay, have been divorced since Stanton was eight years old.

Why was Giancarlo called Mike?

Why The Name Change? Stanton, whose full name is Giancarlo Cruz Michael Stanton went by Mike during his adolescence because educators and classmates alike couldn’t pronounce his surname.

What happened Joey Gallo?

Returns from COVID-19 IL Gallo (illness) was activated from the COVID-19 injured list and will bat sixth as the designated hitter Wednesday against the Orioles.

Is Joey Gallo hurt?

Published: May. 01, 2022, 1:35 p.m. KANSAS CITY — The Yankees had a mostly healthy April, despite Joey Gallo’s left groin tightness pulling him from Saturday’s win. Before Sunday’s series finale with the Royals at Kauffman Stadium, manager Aaron Boone went through a list of updates of Yankees on the injured list.

What happened to Joey Gallo?

What happened to Yankees Gallo?

All of a sudden, the Yankees have a COVID-19 situation on their hands. NEW YORK — Yankees outfielder Joey Gallo and catcher Kyle Higashioka were both placed on the COVID-19 injured list just minutes before first pitch of New York’s doubleheader on Sunday.

Is Josh Donaldson on the IL?

Donaldson returns to New York’s starting lineup on Friday night, hitting fourth and playing third base against the Tigers. The Yankees’ third baseman, who has made plenty of controversial headlines as of late, has been activated off the IL.