A bit over a week ago, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez underwent successful surgery on his left hip. At the time, the expectation was a six-month recovery period, meaning A-Rod would miss about half the 2013 season.
But Yankees general manager Brian Cashman admitted Friday there’s a chance his third baseman could miss the entire season.
“I think because [of] the serious nature of the surgery and the condition that he’s trying to recover from, you know, there is that chance,” Cashman said when asked if A-Rod might miss the whole season (via CBS New York).
This isn’t, however, the most likely scenario.
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