Giancarlo Stanton goes to Yankees DL

Giancarlo Stanton goes to Yankees DL

Since April 23 Stanton is one of the best hitters in NY. However, an injury to his left leg knocked him out of action.

With a quarter of the calendar elapsed, the fight for the AL East title promises multiple emotions – at the moment the Red Sox, Blye Jays, Rays and Yankees are fully into the division crown. Unfortunately for the ninth of New York , the inconveniences do not give truce.

This Monday the ‘Manhattan Mules’ reported that they have placed Giancarlo Stanton on the 10-day disabled list for ailments in the quadriceps of the left leg.

Stanton was out of action during the Orioles-Yankees series, May 14-16. Given this, his return can take place on the 25th of this month, when he begins a three-game confrontation against Toronto.

To make up for Stanton’s resignation, manager Aaron Boone promoted Albert Abreu, who was in the triple A branch (Scranton / Wilkes Barres) of the club.

With Stanton’s deactivation, the Yankees lose their fourth player in recent days. Aaron Hicks is out of action with a wrist discomfort , Rougned Odor with knee ailments and Gleyber Torres tested positive for COVID-19.

Offensive blow

Without Stanton in the lineup, the Yankees lose their third-best starter in terms of batting (.282 average) and their second-best home runner (9, three fewer than Aaron Judge). Plus, in the most recent three weeks, the 31-year-old has been a real threat at the plate: .378 / .432 / .689 and six home runs since April 23.

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