The New York Yankees continue to show signs that they have completely thrown in the towel this season and the most recent sign of this is that have ruled out the return of first baseman Anthony Rizzo for the final month of the season, despite the fact that he continued to show signs of improvement from his injury.
The person in charge of breaking the news was the manager of the New York team, Aaron Boone, who indicated that the player has recently undergone cognitive tests in which, Despite showing improvement, he will not be part of the team again for the remainder of the MLB season.
“From what I understand, in the last month, as you have been seeing the specialists and doing what they are asking, everyone has been very optimistic about how it has done and how it continues to improve“said the Yankees manager who has been harshly criticized for the disastrous performance of the team.
Now, the Bronx Bombers will take their stellar first baseman’s rehabilitation in stride, confident that he will be fully recovered and ready to perform as expected of him, starting in Spring Training in 2024.
Anthony Rizzo has been out of action for more than a month, due to a strange injury related to a head contusion. Doctors believe the player’s problems began on May 28 when he collided with San Diego Padres player Fernando Tatis Jr.
With his return ruled out for the remainder of the season, the New York team will send the player to reduce training on the field, but he will continue working in the gym.
It should be remembered that Rizzo batted live at the Yankees’ facility in Tampa, Florida, on August 26, marking the first time he had faced live pitches since August 1.the day before he was diagnosed with cognitive impairment after undergoing tests following complaints of “cloudiness”.
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