Update: Boone Logan fine after being hit by line drive


3:04pm: Logan told reporters that he’s fine and the ball hit him “in the left fat.” He expects to pitch tomorrow.

2:40pm: Via Mark Feinsand & Bryan Hoch: Boone Logan left this afternoon’s Grapefruit League finale against the Pirates after being hit by a Jose Tabata line drive near his hip. He left the game immediately but was able to walk off the field under his own power. Could be precautionary, so stay tuned for an update. With Clay Rapada scheduled to start the season on the DL, losing Logan for any length of time would leave the Yankees lefty-less in the bullpen.

Categories : Asides, Injuries
  • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting)

    I blame the Walking Wounded post.

    Clearly a jinx.

  • Robinson Tilapia

    You’ve got to be shitting me.

    Is Cedeno on the 40-man? Is he even in playing shape? I’ve lost track with all the 40-man talk.

  • Chris

    Tabata’s revenge!

  • Slappy McWaterbug

    He probably broke it.

  • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting)

    Sweeny Murti

    Logan is fine. Q: Where did it hit you? A: “In my fat.” Actually, left hip area. All good.


  • Improbable Island’s Dirty Midget Whores (Formerly RRR)

    “My fat/left hip area”

    Translation: ASS

  • Hoss

    Another great Cashman trade coming to bite us in the ass…

    just kidding ;-)

  • The Real Me (Formerly Cris Pengiucci)

    It’s getting so bad that even former Yankees are getting injured (Chris Dickerson last night).

  • Mike1

    fyi -

    Juan Rivera is released and Overbay and Francisco make the team

    Joelsherman1 #Yankees still seeing if better 1b option comes along b4 Monday but are not optimistic which means Overbay makes it at 1b

    Joelsherman1 Rivera had to be put on 40-man roster today, do decision was to release him #Yankees

    Joelsherman1 If #Yankees add no one else, Overbay and Francisco will make Opening roster

    BryanHoch Ronnier Mustelier has a bone bruise in his knee. This takes him out of the running for roster spot, Girardi said.