While the Yankees are slowly, but surely, getting healthy again they had a scare in Friday's 4-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Gleyber Torres was hit by a pitch in his right elbow in the eighth inning on a 92 mph sinker from Casey Sadler.
Torres, 22, appeared to be in pain and was evaluated by the trainer but managed to stay in the game.
Manager Aaron Boone said afterward he hopes it is nothing too serious but will evaluate the infielder again on Saturday.
"I've got to check again," Boone said. "I think it was a little emotional for him with what he's gone through with elbow stuff in the past. We'll have to see. We'll have to see what kind of swelling's in there, how he looks overnight and in the morning. But hoping that he avoided something serious."
Torres had Tommy John surgery on his other elbow in 2017, which caused him to miss half the season.