X-rays rule out injury for Brian McCann, who’s listed as day-to-day by the Yankees.
The Yankees dodged a bullet on Thursday as an MRI and CT scan on Brian McCann’s sore right foot both came back negative.
McCann was examined at New York-Presbyterian Hospital by team physician Dr. Chris Ahmad as well as orthopedic foot and ankle specialist Dr. Justin Greisberg. He is day-to-day.
The catcher has been bothered by the foot issue since May 24, when he came out of a game in the eighth inning. Wednesday, McCann started against the Mariners but had to be removed after his second-inning at-bat as he was experiencing pain near the arch of his foot that began creeping up toward his calf.
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