The Yankees had another injury scare on Saturday afternoon.
Masahiro Tanaka was removed from a 1-0 game after six innings with a right shin contusion after he took a Yandy Diaz comebacker off his leg.
The right-hander underwent X-rays which came back "negative," according to the team. After the game, Tanaka told reporters that he doesn't know if he'll be able to make his next start and will wait to see how he feels tomorrow.
Tanaka was cruising through the Rays' lineup, outdueling reigning AL Cy Young Award winner Blake Snell by allowing just three hits and striking out six.
The right-hander had a runner on second and two outs when Diaz smacked a ball that appeared to be headed toward center field if not for hitting Tanaka's shin and ricocheting toward first baseman Luke Voit for an easy out.
Tanaka walked off the field and let out a yell before entering in the dugout, where he was then seen walking into the clubhouse with the trainer.
Tanaka was at just 88 pitches and was relieved by Tommy Kahnle, who allowed a game-tying home run on the second pitch he threw to Brandon Lowe in the seventh inning. The Rays eventually took the game in 11 innings on an Austin Meadows home run.