Rodriguez shifted to DH due to tight quad

The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

Alex Rodriguez was switched in the starting lineup from third base to designated hitter on Saturday night in a minor league rehab game because of a tight left quadriceps, the New York Yankees announced.
Rodriguez was hitless in four at-bats for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in its game against Louisville in Moosic, Pa.
The previous night, he went 2-for-4 with two singles for Scranton. The quad tightness could have resulted from the second single, which he tried to stretch into a double and was thrown out at second base.
The Yankees have said that Rodriguez, if healthy after his 20-day rehab stint in the minors, will be called up to the big leagues for Monday night's game against the Texas Rangers. The 37-year-old Rodriguez has yet to play for the Yankees this season after undergoing hip surgery in January

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