The Yankees can take a deep exhale after learning INF Brandon Drury's X-rays on his elbow came back negative.
Drury took a pitch off his left elbow in Friday's contest against the Red Sox, and had to leave the game after advancing to third in the fifth inning.
There was swelling around the elbow, but manager Aaron Boone is unsure if the infielder will have to miss any time with the season beginning at the end of the week.
"We'll kind of see how it is each day and kind of make decisions accordingly," Boone told NY Daily News' Mike Mazzeo.
Drury is expected to be the Yankees' starting third baseman when the regular season begins against the Blue Jays next Thursday. In 46 at-bats this spring, he owns a .239/.340/.413 slash line with one homer and five RBI.
However, if he has to sit out, Tyler Wade or Ronald Torreyes will likely take his spot. Wade has had a great spring campaign, which earned him a spot on the 25-man roster. He is hitting .286 in 42 at-bats.