Saturday, September 28, 2019


Whether or not this latest injury to James Paxton is truly serious or not is still to be recognized. What I do think though is that the Yankees have a serious strength and conditioning problem, and it needs to be addressed once the season ends... hopefully after we win the whole damn thing.

Last night, Paxton who has been amazing as of late, left in the first inning... hurt.

We love Kevin Kernan here at this is from the New York Post:

"Yankees ace James Paxton came up with a tight left glute after one inning Friday night and was removed from the game in the Yankees’ 14-7 win over the rancid Rangers at Globe Life Park. 

Both Aaron Boone and Paxton downplayed the situation and said the move was strictly precautionary. In a season where so many injuries have hit the Yankees, no injury, no matter how small, can be taken for granted. 

Boone made the right move to get Paxton out of the game after 21 pitches. The Yankees are entering the postseason where there is no room for error."

It was the right move obviously to remove him. But damn... what now happens as the Yankees are about to head into the post season? We shall see.

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