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Yankees Ron Marinaccho did a 15-day IL with a shoulder injury

Cleveland — Ron Marinaccho has emerged from the Yankees Brupen as the latest and most reliable arm, but right-handed players have played in a 15-day match. The list of injured people with inflammation of the right shoulder will be sent off.

This move defeated the Guardians 13-4 to open the Yankees doubleheader sweep on Saturday13-4, when Marinaccio was uncomfortable during another outstanding performance. It happened after I felt. Marinaccho replaced Aroldis Chapman with a loaded base and joined the game to retire all three batters he faced, with no one in the seventh.

However, his speed slowed down and he was shut down after experiencing what manager Aaron Boone called a "dead arm."

This was a potentially untimely retreat for a 27-year-old man, who said his shoulders were incorrect in about a week.

"It's a kind of knowing your situation, fighting, and trying to stick to your roster," Marinaccho said.

Ron Marinaccio

His results remained strong.

Since being recalled by Triple A Scranton / Wilkes-Bar on May 22, Marinaccho has played 13 times, throwing 15¹ / ₃ scoreless innings, 1 hit and 8 walks. Allowed.

"We were trying to get over it," Marinaccho said of his discomfort. "But at this point in my career, where we're growing a bit now ... it's a place where I have to push it through and throw it over and over. I think I'm going to play safely."

Prior to the announcement of the injury, Boone said Marinaccho "has acquired more and more roles and is taking advantage of several opportunities."

The Yankees put Miguel Castro on his father's list to make room for Chapman who returned from IL on Friday, so he needs to move another roster when Castro returns. there is.

Matt Carpenter joined the lineup for the first time in over a week in his first doubleheader match, but lack of play time didn't hurt him.He hit two home runs.

Since joining the Yankees in May, he now has eight Homers. After Carpenter deepened seven times with the appearance of 418 plates in the previous two seasons with the Cardinals, those eight Homers came with the appearance of only 51 plates.

"When a man comes to play, he just hits Homer," said Aaron Hicks. "It's impressive."

Carpenter signed the Yankees after demanding release from the Rangers. After the off-season, when Carpenter devoted himself to regaining his Cardinals All-Star swing, he spent more than a month of the season with Triple A affiliates.

Despite being confident, Carpenter said, "I never imagined it would be like this."

He pointed out that he was able to improve his bat pass and keep his swing in the strike zone longer.

The results were dramatic.

"You are looking at a rejuvenated man," Boone said.

But the Yankees aren't interested in playing him in the outfield on a regular basis, so there's no room for him in the daily lineup.

When asked about increasing play time, Boone said: It's hard when we are all healthy and well. And I also love to remove the bullet from the bench.

However, Carpenter was not very effective as a pinch hitter.

He is 0 to 4 and has made 3 strikeouts and 4 walks in that role. This helps explain why he went into a 1 to 12 funk on Saturday with 16 strikeouts and 5 strikeouts since 2 homers. , 3RBI game with the Cubs on June 12th.

On Saturday, he started the opener on first base, with DJ LeMahieu in third, but didn't play in the Yankees' six-win nightcap. -1.

Joey Gallo snapped a 0-26 skid to the right with a lead-off single to lead the three innings of the nightcap. … Domingo German will begin rehab on Sunday with the Double A Somerset.

— Additional report by Greg Joyce