Posted May 24, 2013

Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson exits early with broken left finger

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Curtis Granderson left Friday's game early with a broken left hand. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Curtis Granderson left Friday’s game early with a broken left hand. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

New York Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson exited Friday’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays after being hit by a pitch on his left hand in the fifth inning. X-rays on Granderson’s left hand revealed a fractured left fifth metacarpal. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Granderson is likely to miss at least four weeks.

This is just the eighth game Granderson has appeared in for the Yankees after returning from a broken right forearm he sustained during spring training.

Granderson remained in the game after being hit on his left hand, scoring the Yankees’ sixth run of the game. He did not return to play the field in the bottom of the fifth and was replaced in right field by Ichiro Suzuki.


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help4mac1
help4mac1

Time for Yank pitchers to miss and often high and inside