Yankees’ Boone Logan struck by line drive, leaves game

Yankees left-hander Boone Logan was struck by a line drive off the bat of the Pirates’ Jose Tabata in the seventh inning on Thursday and left the game.

Logan was hit near his left hip or midsection with the liner. He walked slowly after the ball and threw to first base, but too late to retire Tabata.

He joked that the ball hit him in “my fat” and said that he expects to pitch tomorrow against the Nationals.

The Yankees envision Logan as a lock to be in their bullpen, and he could be the club’s only left-hander with Clay Rapada set to begin the season on the disabled list. The Yankees also are considering carrying left-hander Vidal Nuno, a non-roster invitee, to begin the season.


MON – APR – 1 – vs Boston – 1:05 PM – YES, ESPN
TUE – APR – 2 – – – – – –
WED – APR – 3 – vs Boston – 7:05 PM – YES, ESPN2
THU – APR – 4 – vs Boston – 7:05 PM – YES
FRI – APR – 5 – at Detroit – 1:05 PM – YES, MLBN*
SAT – APR – 6 – at Detroit – 4:05 PM – FOX
SUN – APR – 7 – at Detroit – 1:05 PM – YES, TBS


Watched Nats v. Yankees game today on MLB. Aside from ignoring Bob Carpentier, Nats announcer, HUGE anti-Yankee bias I have two questions. #1 WHY did Andy EVER leave the Yankees??? #2 Why is MO retiring. They were fantastic today.


Reblogged this on age10fanatics and commented:
How many Yankees are hurt?!!!


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