The Yankees have been decimated by injuries this year, with roughly a dozen key players going down. Check back here for the latest updates on the walking wounded.
May 6, 10:04 PM:
Giancarlo Stanton, who has been dealing with a shoulder injury ever since he went on the IL with a biceps strain, said he will swing in the batting cage on Tuesday but still doesn't know when he will return.
May 6, 9:36 PM:
Aaron Hicks, who has been out since spring training with a back injury, went 0-for-4 in his first rehab game with High-A Tampa on Monday.
Hicks, who could be activated over the weekend, flew out twice, grounded out once and struck out once. He played eight innings in center field.
May 6, 3:47 PM:
Dellin Betances began a throwing program on Monday -- making 25 throws from 60 feet -- but said afterwards that he isn't close to returning.
Though he's making progress, Betances told reporters there's "no way" he'll be ready before June.
May 6, 10:46 AM:
The Yankees officially activated Clint Frazier off the 10-day IL on Monday.
The outfielder will rejoin the Yankees after missing two weeks with a left ankle sprain. He was hitting .324/.342/.632 with six home runs and 17 RBI before landing on the IL.
May 5, 8:21 PM:
Outfielder Clint Frazier will return from a two-week stint on the injured list for Monday's game against the Mariners, manager Aaron Boone said after Sunday's rain-shortened win.
May 5, 12:21 PM:
GM Brian Cashman gave a slew of injury updates on Sunday afternoon during an appearance on SiriusXM Radio:
- James Paxton will "probably" be out a maximum of three weeks.
- Aaron Hicks could be activated from the IL next weekend.
- Giancarlo Stanton will take batting practice this week.
- Didi Gregorius will complete his throwing program this week.
Cashman also confirmed what was already pretty much known: Luis Severino will not return until after the All-Star break.
Additionally, manager Aaron Boone said Dellin Betances is beginning a throwing program Monday. The expectation is that he can rejoin the team sometime in June.
May 4, 11:07 PM:
The Yankees are still awaiting the results of James Paxton's MRI on his sore left knee, which caused him to leave Friday's game after the third inning. Boone said it is possible they skip his next start.
Greg Bird was in the Yankees clubhouse on Saturday and was no longer wearing a walking boot. Bird, who is on the IL with a left plantar fascia tear, told reporters he has been walking on a treadmill but still no timetable on a possible return. He added that the injury occurred when he felt a pop in his left foot while running.
May 3, 4:30 PM:
Aaron Boone provided some good news on Friday when he revealed Miguel Andujar would be back with the Yankees on Saturday.
He also rattled off updates on the following players:
Clint Frazier: Will play two rehab games with Double-A Trenton this weekend and is expected to be activated off the IL and rejoin the team on Monday.
Aaron Hicks: Taking at-bats. Still needs more at-bats before beginning rehab games. Timetable on Hicks returning to team is about a week to 10 days.
Troy Tulowitzki: Has been shut down for another week after sustaining a mild calf strain. Boone is unsure if it is the same injury getting worse or if this is a new injury.
Giancarlo Stanton: He was at Yankee Stadium for Friday's game but Boone did not have any update to provide.
Aaron Judge: Still no baseball activities but improving in weight room and with range of motion. Boone still not comfortable setting timetable yet.
Didi Gregorius: A few weeks away from beginning any sort of rehab assignment. Boone categorized his progress as "best case scenario" so far.
May 2, 12:35 PM:
Outfielder Aaron Hicks has three hits, including a double and a home run, in an extended spring training game on Thursday, a day after he went 1-for-3 with two walks. Hicks also had an outfield assist as he looks to return from a back injury that has kept him out since spring training.
May 2, 10:18 AM:
Infielder DJ LeMahieu, who left Sunday's game and missed the Yankees' past two games with right knee inflammation, believes he is "really close" to returning and could come back as soon as Friday, according to Newsday's Erik Boland. He was running on the field before Wednesday's game against the Diamondbacks.
May 1, 7:28 PM:
Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was removed from his rehab game with Class A Tampa Tarpons on Wednesday night after experiencing "tightness" in his left calf, per Boland. Though it was said to be just a "precaution," manager Aaron Boone noted he was hit in the leg by a pitch last night, but finished the game.
Tulowitzki was already down rehabbing a calf strain, so hopefully this isn't a setback on that initial ailment.
May 1, 2:15 PM:
Outfielder Clint Frazier was going through defensive work in left field before Wednesday's game in Phoenix, according to the Daily News. Frazier is recovering from a left ankle sprain.
April 30, 8:52 PM:
Yankees 3B Miguel Andujar is close to returning to the team, but his rehab start with the Tampa Tarpons didn't go that well. He was 0-for-4 with two popouts, a groundout, and fly out over seven innings. He also committed two errors in the field at third base.
That's not what New York wants to see from Andujar, who is working back from a partially torn labrum.
April 29, 6:02 p.m.
Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu is day-to-day after an MRI revealed right knee inflammation. LeMahieu, who suffered a bruised knee on Friday after fouling a ball off his right leg, left Sunday's game in the third inning.
X-rays came back negative on Sunday, and Monday's MRI revealed inflammation. Neither he nor manager Aaron Boone were concerned about LeMahieu joining the crowded injured list, and LeMahieu was hopeful he would play Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.
April 26, 5:25 p.m.
The Yankees received some encouraging news regarding Andujar on Friday. The third baseman played five innings in an extended Spring Training game and went 2-for-3 with a walk and home run.
It was his first rehab game since he sustained a partially torn labrum on April 1.
April 25, 4:30 p.m.
It was revelaed that Stanton's strained biceps had healed. But that good news was canceled out by the bad news that Stanton was dealing with a new shoulder injury.
According to SNY's Andy Martino, the new shoulder injury is only expected to cost Stanton an additional week.
Stanton, who received a cortisone shot in his shoulder and is resting for a few days, said on Wednesday that his return would be delayed due to feeling some "residual stuff" in his left shoulder, according to the New York Times' James Wagner.