Clint Frazier’s hopeless season was the last to happen and put him on the injury list.
Yankee player IL, who left Wednesday’s game early with a “dizziness complaint”, was described by manager Aaron on Friday as vertigo. But Boon says Frazier is still conducting a “test battery” to determine what his problem is.
“It was very broad, so if we have all the information, clarity and precision, we’ll give you a better answer,” Boone said before the Yankees ’meeting. “Doctors, hospitals, things like that. If we can reveal something or get to the bottom of something, we just move on. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “
Frazier, who has spent a lot of time in the past dealing with concussions and concussions, said Boon has been “good” since Wednesday. The 26-year-old entered the season as a Yankee left-back, but lost his position at the job. He hit .186 with 77 OPS-pluses in 66 games.
Adding Frazier to IL opened the 26-man list for midfielder Tim Lokastro, who Yankee bought in a trade with the Diamondbacks on Thursday. A New York State native was in the Bronx on Friday but was not in the starting lineup.
“We love his speed and athletics and his ability to really defend on the field,” Boon said. “Now see him there against the center-left defenders and share that [Brett Gardner]. Definitely get off the back seat. Another guy who works at great speed and can play defense off the field, especially if we have leaders and try to close the game. “