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"BALTIMORE — Until Austin Romine’s left thumb was injured catching Aroldis Chapman during warm-ups Saturday night, Joe Girardi was going to hold Brian McCann out until Monday to make sure his hyperextended left elbow was completely healed. However, Romine had to leave the game Saturday and McCann replaced him. Sunday, with Romine’s thumb black and blue, Girardi started McCann against the Orioles. “I was leaning toward that, giving [McCann] one more day,’’ Girardi said about Romine starting Sunday. “I think Mac is in a better position than Romine.’’ McCann didn’t appear to have an issue with the elbow, but he went 0-for-3 and is in a 1-for-19 slide. Ronald Torreyes is the Yankees’ emergency catcher and the hope is the 5-foot-7 utility infielder never has to don shin guards, chest protector and a mask. “You do everything you can to stay away from that,’’ Girardi said. “Imagine", nypost.com
"BALTIMORE — It’s one thing for a pitcher, even one armed with the strength to hit triple-digits with the fastball, to miss location and give up a hit. Nobody who plays baseball is perfect. However, it’s a lot different when a player doesn’t execute the simplest of exercises on a baseball field and helps cost his team a win it desperately needed. Say hello to Aroldis Chapman, whose arm strength isn’t matched by another pitcher but whose head needs some work in the wake of the Yankees losing, 3-1, to the Orioles Sunday in front of 28,807 at Camden Yards. Chapman warmed up in the bullpen before the game was stopped for 1 hour and 37 minutes in the eighth inning. When play resumed there was one out in the inning and Chapman had inherited runners on first and second from Dellin Betances. Chapman used a 100-mph fastball to fan Jonathan Schoop but gave up a single to Francisco Pena that loaded the bases for pinch-hitter Matt Wieters. His single up", nypost.com
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