New York Yankees outfielder Harrison Bader was out during the sixth inning Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Angels with bruised ribs after being hit by a pitch from Jose Soriano.
Bader went to first base, but was replaced in center field by Isiah Kiner-Falefa as the Yankees took the field in the bottom of the sixth.
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Manager Aaron Boone said after the Yankees’ 7-3 loss that it remained to be determined if Bader would miss any time. He said initial tests done during the game were negative, but additional X-rays and scans would be done when the team returned to New York.
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The Yankees rest Thursday before opening a three-game series against Kansas City on Friday.
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Bader went 0 for 2 after hitting in eight of his last 12 games.