These past several weeks have seen a lot of drama around the Yankees and their ever-growing injury list. One of the more concerning stories has been around Mark Teixeira and his wrist. After hitting his stride in late April, hitting 9 home runs in about 3 weeks, he suddenly cooled off. From May 18 to the 25th, he went 5 for 29 (a .172 average) with only one extra base hit. Then we got the news that we all dreaded – his surgically repaired wrist was bothering him.After a couple of days, he consulted with his surgeon, Dr. Keith Raskin, who confirmed that his wrist had not suffered any structural damage, but needed rest. Meredith Marakovits, YES clubhouse report, tweeted out the following:While the first half of that tweet may have sounded like good news – he needs no further surgery – I...

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