SEATTLE — Aaron Boone is saying “there’s a chance.”
That was the manager’s response when asked if Giancarlo Stanton, Josh Donaldson and Tommy Kahnle could all return when the Yankees begin a three-game series with the Dodgers on Friday. “We’ll see,” Boone added.
Donaldson and Kahnle were already expected to return for the series, but MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch reported that Stanton was flying with the two to Los Angeles.
“They’ve all been doing pretty well here for a while and been able to do a lot of physical work to get themselves prepared,” Boone said. Stanton and Donaldson have been out since April 15 and April 5, respectively, following hamstring injuries, while bicep tendinitis derailed Kahnle’s spring training and the start of his latest stint with the…
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