Estevan Florial, ranked as the Yankees' top prospect by MLB Pipeline entering 2019, suffered a non-displaced right wrist fracture on Saturday, as revealed by X-rays, according to the Yankees. Florial was sent for X-rays after a hard collision with the outfield wall during Saturday's game.
Aaron Boone initially described the X-rays as precautionary. The Yankees said Florial will undergo further testing on Monday.
The 21-year-old center fielder replaced Brett Gardner in the top of the fourth inning and was then pinch-hit for in the bottom of the eighth.
It's a tough setback for Florial as he was having a strong spring. He went 1-for-2 on Saturday with a walk, a stolen base and two runs scored. In 13 games this spring, Florial is hitting .355 with a .945 OPS, seven runs and five steals.