Yankees' Kuroda (hand) exits in 2nd inning"I wasn't able to put my strength on the ball," Kuroda said Wednesday. You can’t blame this one on age, as Kuroda instinctively stuck his pitching hand up on a Shane Victorino line drive in the second inning, but that doesn’t take any of the sting out of it for the Yankees, especially if it sidelines Kuroda for any length of time. Kuroda, 38, said he doesn't feel "normal" and there's a "little discomfort," but he believes that's natural after taking a ball off the throwing hand. Kuroda was the team's most...
Hiroki Kuroda injury latest blow to Yankees, who need CC Sabathia and pitching staff to surviveIt's getting more dire by the minute in the Bronx, as the Yankees, who may or may not be considering changing their name to the Wounded Warriors, absorbed yet another injury on Wednesday night as well as another ugly loss to the Red Sox.Source: nydailynews.com
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