Pitching for Triple-A Indianapolis last night, ex-Yankee Ross Ohlendorf walked a rehabbing Michael Cuddyer in the first inning, then threw a pitch that the next batter ripped down the first base line. The ball hit Cuddyer as he tried to jump out of the way, breaking his foot and effectively ending his season. Cuddyer was scheduled to come off the DL in the coming days and make his return to the lineup when the Yanks visit Minnesota early next week. Thanks Ross, we know you and your Princeton education planned that.
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