New York Yankees Injuries 2024 Yankees Injuries

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Reported Name Body Part Pos Injury Notes
4/17/24 Nick Burdi
O
Hip RP Burdi is dealing with right hip inflammation and has been placed on the 15-day injured list. He is expected to return in early May.
4/13/24 Jon Berti
O
Groin SS Berti is dealing with an adductor injury and has been placed on the 10-day injured list. He is expected to return in late April.
4/4/24 Jonathan Loaisiga
O
Elbow RP Loasiga is dealing with a right UCL tear and has been placed on the 60-day injured list. He is expected to miss the remainder of the 2024 season.
3/25/24 Tommy Kahnle
O
Shoulder RP Kahnle is battling right shoulder inflammation and has been added to the 15-day injured list.
3/25/24 DJ LeMahieu
O
Foot 3B LeMahieu is dealing with a right foot contusion and has been placed on the 10-day injured list. He is expected to return in early May.
3/13/24 Gerrit Cole
O
Elbow SP Cole is dealing with right elbow inflammation and has been added to the 60-day injured list. He is expected to return in early June.
3/9/24 Oswald Peraza
O
Shoulder 3B Peraza is dealing with a subscapularis strain and has been added to the 10-day injured list.
2/16/24 Lou Trivino
O
Elbow RP Trivino is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been placed on the 60-day injured list.
2/3/24 JT Brubaker
O
Elbow SP Brubaker is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been placed on the 60-day injured list. He will miss the start of the 2024 season.
12/10/23 Scott Effross
O
Back RP Effross is recovering from back surgery and has been placed on the 60-day injured list. He is expected to miss the start of the 2024 season.
9/10/23 Jasson Dominguez
O
Elbow CF Dominguez is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been placed on the 60-day injured list.
7/5/23 Jimmy Cordero
O
Suspension RP Cordero has been suspended for violating the leagues domestic violence policy and will miss the remainder of the 2023 season.
6/3/23 Ryan Weber
O
Forearm RP Weber is battling a right forearm strain and has now been transferred to the 60-day injured list.
5/23/22 Kenlly Montas
O
Personal RP Montas has been placed on the restricted list and will be away from the team.
4/8/22 Tyler Lyons
O
Personal RP Lyons has been placed on the restricted list and will be away from the team.

Injuries To Impact The 2019 Season

Gary Sanchez - Gary Sanchez hit under .200 this season, and played just 89 games. He underwent shoulder surgery in the offseason, hoping this can get that average up next season. Sanchez is expected back before Spring Training, but if any setbacks occur, Sanchez could be looking at more missed time. This would be a big deal despite last season’s subpar play.

Jordan Montgomery - Jordan Montgomery is going to miss most, if not all of the 2019 season, and while New York has the money to go out and land another pitcher, Montgomery is still someone that could be of use as a long reliever or 5th starter in this rotation. He will look to get back on track, as the lefty has shown a lot of promise as an above average starter.

Didi Gregorius - This might throw a wrench into the Yankees plans for next season, as Didi Gregorius is going to miss half the season. This is a big lefty bat out of the middle of the order, and a quality defensive player as well. While we don’t expect anything drastic to happen in the offseason, a major move for Manny Machado would make it interesting when Gregorius does return.

Top Injuries in History of Franchise

Winning 20+ championships is going to bring some good luck on the injury front, as a lot of their stars had lengthy careers with minimal DL stints. In 2006, Gary Sheffield had torn a ligament in his wrist, and also dislocated it. This was basically the end for Sheffield in New York. In the 2008 season, the Yankees backstop, Jorge Posada had a torn labrum, which caused him to miss the last few months. Posada started to develop more injuries, with a fractured foot later on in 2010.

While Phil Hughes has gone on to pitch elsewhere, his time in New York was filled with injuries, mainly due to his arm. He dealt with fatigue a lot, and eventually had surgery. Rafael Soriano was in the same boat out of the bullpen, but didn’t go on to pitch much later in his career after New York. One of the toughest injuries to see was Mariano Rivera later in his career, as he tore his ACL in May of the 2012 season. Just one day later, starter, Michael Pineda had torn his labrum in his shoulder.

In 2013, Derek Jeter needed ankle surgery, which caused him to miss the first half of the 2013 season. This was also where Mark Teixeira had to have wrist surgery, and Kevin Youkilis had back surgery. The older Yankees were starting to show their durability that season. Jeter would eventually go back on the DL with an injury to the same ankle later that season.