How Yankees' Luke Voit could have taken easy way out but didn't

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How Yankees' Luke Voit could have taken easy way out but didn't
How Yankees' Luke Voit could have taken easy way out but didn't

NEW YORK — Yankees first baseman Luke Voit wouldn't blame the fastball he took to the chin. He wouldn't blame his new headgear, either. Instead, Voit simply said the 0-for-4 he put up in the Yankees' ugly 8-4 loss to the Rockies at Yankee Stadium on Sunday could just be chalked up to his own bad play. “I feel like I let my team down today,” Voit said. “Just got to get back to the drawing board (Monday) and have a fresh week.” Vot got clocked by a 94 mph fastball in the face Saturday. He played Sunday after tests revealed he didn't suffer any facial damage — outside of a busted lip — or a concussion. Before the game, Voit said he was considering using a chin guard to protect himself from getting

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