Yankees OF Aaron Hicks will receive an MRI on Tuesday after leaving Monday's game with a tight left hamstring.
Hicks said he has been maintaining his tight hamstring for about three days, but the team opted to take him out when they saw him stretching it. Hicks went 0-for-2 in the game before he was replaced by Brett Gardner in the fourth inning.
The Yankees will examine Hicks on Tuesday, per Marc Carig of The Athletic. "Hopefully it's not something that keeps him down too long," manager Aaron Boone said.
The 28-year-old outfielder is confident that the tightness will not keep him out for long.
"I'm not too concerned," Hicks said. "In a day or two, I should be good and ready to go."
The Yankees have been hit by injuries as of late, with Didi Gregorius most recently being sidelined by a wrist injury stemming from his game-winning slide at home in the Yankees' playoff-clinching victory on Saturday.
Hicks is hitting .247 with 26 home runs and 76 RBI for the Yankees this season.