Curtis Granderson fractures left hand after being hit by pitch

Again? So soon? - USA TODAY Sports

Just as it looked like Curtis Granderson was beginning to put it together at the plate after returning from a broken arm he suffered in his first at-bat of Spring Training, it looks like the Yankees are right back where they started. Granderson was plunked on the hand and was replaced by Ichiro Suzuki in the field the following inning. As Curry notes above, he was sent for X-Rays which, as Hoch notes, revealed a fractured knuckle in his pinky finger.

The Yankees plan to release more information after the game and I'll update this post when that information is released. Maybe they will have a timetable for his return at that time. Stay tuned, but it looks like plenty more everyday Ichiro is in our future.

Update:

Just as I type this, David Phelps is coming out of the game after being hit by a line drive that appeared to injure his elbow. Why are you so cruel, baseball? Haven't we suffered enough?

Update:

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