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Back on the shelf. 

The New York Yankees have placed center fielder Harrison Bader back on the injured list with a right hamstring strain.

Bader exited Monday night's game against the Seattle Mariners in the top of the third inning after pulling up lame after beating out an infield single. 

Bader began the season on the IL due to an oblique strain, which he suffered during the beginning of Spring Training. The oblique injury kept Bader sidelined for the first month of the 2023 campaign. 

Upon his return from the shelf, Bader hit .267 with a .806 OPS, six home runs and 19 RBIs. 

Unfortunately, Bader has struggled to stay healthy for his entire career, which includes his Yankee tenure as well. 

With Bader going on the IL, the Yankees recalled outfielder Franchy Cordero from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. 

The Yankees also activated catcher Jose Trevino from the IL and optioned Ben Rortvedt to Triple-A. 


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