New York Yankees have placed Giancarlo Stanley, a slugger in New York Yankees’ lineup, on the 10-day injured reserve because of a sore foot

NEW YORK — Yankees Slugger Giancarlo Stanton The fourth straight season, is on the injuried list.

Stanton was put on the 10-day IL Wednesday by the Yankees, who made a flurry roster moves in the hour prior to their scheduled start. 2-0 victory More Baltimore In the series finale.

Aaron Boone, manager of Stars United, clarified that the injury to his right lower leg was not a strained ankle.

Boone declared before the game, “He is feeling pretty good.” “I hope he said something early enough so that this doesn't get too long.”

New York also provided relief for those in need Jonathan Loaisiga On the 15-day injures list retroactive to May 23 with right shoulder inflammation — this latest blow to a weak bullpen that shined for most of the season.

“Similar to last year. It's probably not as severe. Boone said that while it may be a concern, it should not be considered a serious problem. “We think it's something minor. We will treat him as a symptom.

Joey Gallo He was reinstated from COVID-19's injured list and began at designated hitter. Third baseman Josh Donaldson He was still on the COVID-19 List, and All-Star infielder DJ LeMahieu Left wrist discomfort forced him out of the lineup the second night in succession.

LeMahieu felt much better after Tuesday's cortisone shot. The team hopes to have him back within a few days.

Boone stated that Donaldson would be receiving an IV and that Donaldson felt better after the fever broke overnight. The Yankees manager was not sure if Donaldson would travel to Florida with them for the four-game set against AL East rival Tampa Bay. He said that he thought he might join the club at some point during the series.

Stanton, 32 years old, left Tuesday night's 7-6 victory over the Orioles after the seventh inning. He had an MRI on Wednesday. He is currently hitting.285 for the Yankees with 11 homers. The Yankees started the night with the most impressive record at 30-13.

Boone stated, “Adversity is coming for you even during the best seasons. You've got to learn to weather the storms and have other men step in when you need them.” “Sometimes it comes in short spurts. Other times it can take longer. It's all part of the 162-game season. We are ready to deal with that. We look forward for that. “The season isn't over for anyone.”

Stanton was present in 139 games last season, his highest number since 2018. He batted.273 and had 35 homers. From May 17 to 28, he was sidelined with a left quadriceps strain.

Stanton was the 2017 NL MVP of Miami. He was acquired by New York before the 2018 season. In his first season in pinstripes, he hit.266 and had 38 homers as well as 100 RBIs.

He was injured from April 1st to June 18th 2019 due to a left biceps injury, and then from June 26 through Sept. 19 by a right knee strain. He was out of action from August 9 to Sept. 15, 2020, due to a strained left leg.

Stanton has been on and off the injured list since 2011, except for the 2014, 2017 & 2018 seasons. He is a four-time All-Star for the Marlins with a batting average of.269 with 358 homers as well as 928 RBIs.

Loaisiga is a hard-throwing pitcher who was a top setup man last season. He is 1-2 with a 7.02 ERA over 18 appearances. In 16 1/3 innings, he has given up 16 hits and walked 10.

Boone stated, “I think Lo's greatest problem has been that it's been several outings that have injured him, and when you do that in the early part of the year as an reliever, that shows up that way.” “But even in those instances, he's not far away as far his stuff and his repertoire. He's very confident that it'll all click once he gets started.”

Loaisiga, who was pitching for the second day in a row, was hit with the loss during his last outing during Sunday's second game of the doubleheader against The. Chicago White Sox. He allowed four earned run and four hits in the second-third of an inning.

Boone stated that after his last appearance, he was a little sore.

Loaisiga went 9-4 last season with five saves and a career best 2.17 ERA in 57 games, covering 70 1/3 innings. Due to a shoulder strain, Loaisiga missed 22 games and 3 1/2 weeks in September.

The Yankees placed All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman on the 15 day IL with left Achilles tenditis. This was just days after Chad Green, the Yankees' setup man, went down with a season-ending elbow injury and will need Tommy John surgery.

Veteran lefty Zack Britton After having Tommy John surgery in September, he is likely to miss the entire season.

Boone stated that it was also a great chance for people we are really excited about to step in and take up roles. “Look forward getting Lo back and pitching what we know he can do.”

New York also recalls left-handers JP Sears Right-hander and left-hander David McKay from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Sears allowed three runs in five innings and struck out five Orioles to earn his first major league victory.

Rob Brantly, a reserve catcher, was designated for assignment in order to make space on the roster prior to the win.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.

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