Jerry Hairston Dodges a Bullet

Posted: 24th September 2009 by Rob Abruzzese in MLB
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According to Peter Abraham of the Journal News, utility infielder Jerry Hairston Jr. underwent and MRI earlier today that determined that he has tendinitis in his left wrist, received a cortisone shot and will be day-to-day. The Yankees dodged a bullet after Hairston left WednesdayÆs game in the seventh inning after hearing a pop in his wrist. He initially injured the wrist earlier in the season while he was with the Cincinnati Reds and it has lingered ever since. It has gotten so bad recently that this is actually his second MRI and cortisone shot in the past 10 days. Hairston has been hot and cold since becoming a Yankee. Over his first 14 games with the Bombers he hit .346 with a .952 OPS, but he came back down to Earth quickly batting .167 in 26 games since August 16. Could that be be ...

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