Breaking News: Another Yankees To Begin Rehab Assignment; Could Return To Pitch Soon

Although New York has already had to contend with a wide spectrum of ailments this season, the squad should soon begin receiving reinforcements.

Though the Yankees have dealt with other injuries as well, Gerrit Cole, D.J. LeMahieu, and Jasson Domínguez are currently the team’s top injury concerns.

Jon Berti, a utility player, is one player who has already missed some time this season. Though he has only played in six games this season, MLB, Bryan Hoch reports that he will start a rehab assignment with the Somerset Patriots on Sunday, suggesting a potential return.

Tomorrow, April 28, (third baseman) Jon Berti will start a rehab assignment with the Somerset Patriots,” Hoch stated.

Berti was acquired by New York in a trade with the Miami Marlins in March, and it was anticipated that he would see a lot of action right away as LeMahieu’s replacement. He has struggled with a groin injury this season, so that hasn’t been the case.

When he is healthy again, he will be a valuable asset to the Yankees, as he can play all over the field in addition to third base.

During his seven-year big league career, he has played designated hitter, left field, center field, right field, shortstop, third base, and second base.

Replacing Berti with a depth player will only benefit New York, which is regarded as a contender for the World Series and in terrific shape overall.

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