MOOSIC, Pa. — Tightness in the front of his left thigh forced Alex Rodriguez out of the lineup for a rehab game Sunday with Triple-A Scranton, putting his plans to rejoin the New York Yankees on Monday in flux.
Rodriguez was headed to New York to have an MRI on the strained quadriceps at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the team later confirmed.
Sunday was the final day of Rodriguez’s allowable 20-day rehab stint. The Yankees must now decide whether to recall Rodriguez to the majors or keep him on the disabled list.
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