Luke Voit's toughness will never be questioned after injury scare

New York Post
Luke Voit's toughness will never be questioned after injury scare
Luke Voit's toughness will never be questioned after injury scare

It takes more than a pitch to the face to keep Luke Voit from doing his job. Sure, the Yankees first baseman left Saturday's matchup with the Rockies following the bottom of the fourth inning after taking a pitch straight to the face from Colorado right-hander Chad Bettis — but not before scoring a run. The training staff came on the field to take a look at Voit before he elected to remain in the game, putting runners on first and second for Didi Gregorius. Austin Romine scored from second and Voit went to third after Gregorius ripped a single to right field. Gregorius went to second on a wild pitch, with Voit holding at third, before Voit and Gregorius scored on Gleyber Torres' two-run single

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