Yankees' Brandon Drury (migraines) to begin rehab assignment Wednesday
New York Yankees infielder Brandon Drury (migraines) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday.
Drury has been informed that the migraines are a result of a tendon at the back of his neck. The 25-year-old hasn't played since April 6. Miguel Andujar and Ronald Torreyes have been playing well recently, so Drury's role may not be secured once he returns.
Drury averaged 7.4 FanDuel points before landing on the disabled list. Without knowing how much playing time he will see upon return, numberFire's models project Drury to bat .272 with 13 dingers, 46 RBI, and 38 runs scored in 336 plate appearances over the remainder of the year.
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