Recommendation: "He feels better. I can tell you that," Girardi said. "So what has it been? Four days? We'll just take it day by day. That's all we can do. We don't have him doing anything but treatment today." Girardi went on to say that he doesn't think Teixeira would be ready for the team's upcoming series against the Rays, especially considering the artificial turf at Tropicana Field is "probably not the best thing for [Teixeira]."
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Update: Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Friday that he doesn't expect Teixeira (calf) back until next weekend's series against the Orioles, MLB.com reports.