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MILWAUKEE — Frankie Montas stood at his Yankees locker smiling his manner by way of a two-minute post-game interview Saturday evening. Though nonetheless ready for MRI outcomes on his pitching shoulder, the right-hander was feeling optimistic as a result of his previous-night discomfort had changed into regular day-after-start soreness.
“I feel better,” Montas stated after the Yankees’ 4-1 loss to the Brewers.
Montas was nervous in regards to the discomfort on Friday, which occurred throughout his 3 1/3-inning, four-run no-decision.
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Waking up Saturday, Montas’ concern turned to routine post-start soreness. By Saturday evening, Montas was so inspired that he’s hoping to make his subsequent scheduled begin, though this constructive replace is on maintain till the MRI outcomes are available in Sunday.
Throughout the room, Marwin Gonzalez was virtually as upbeat as Montas after having a tough couple of nights.
Gonzalez has been beginning at first base with Anthony Rizzo and DJ LeMahieu on the IL. He was pressured out of Friday’s sport resulting from dizziness and left Saturday’s sport after he was hit within the head throughout his third-inning at-bat on a throw by Brewers catcher Victor Caratini that was meant for pitcher Brandon Woodruff, who had simply thrown a first-pitch curve for a known as strike.
Gonzalez was hit onerous on the return throw and has a mark on his higher cheek, however handed a concussion check. He must be good to go for Sunday, though the switch-hitting, utility infielder/outfielder may not be wanted as a result of Rizzo is coming off the IL.
The evening earlier than, Gonzalez tried to play by way of dizziness for a pair innings.
“I thought it was going to get better and it got worse,” he stated.
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Gonzalez was high quality by Saturday till he was clocked within the face by the Brewers catcher.
“When he was throwing the ball back, he was trying to talk to me and that’s how he caught me,” Gonzalez stated. “I was kind of out for a second. My legs were a little shaken, too. That’s the reason they didn’t want to keep going.”
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