ST. PETERSBURG — As if things weren’t bad enough for the spiraling Yankees, they lost one of their few productive hitters Friday night. After taking a swing at a pitch in the third inning of the Yankees’ game against the Rays at Tropicana Field, Andrew Benintendi was forced to leave mid-at-bat with what the Yankees called a right wrist injury.
Oswaldo Cabrera had to come in to finish the at-bat and the Yankees announced Benintendi was having X-Rays at Tropicana Field.
The left fielder had been a consistent hitter amid the Yankees’ offensive swoon. Benintendi was hitting .292/.327/.458 with two homers and a .785 OPS over the last 14 days, which encompasses most of this dismal road trip.
Source: Berkshire mont
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