Bryan Mitchell

#55 RP / N.Y. Yankees / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

Fantasy Points by Week

    RP Rank
    INJURY ALERT: DL | Toe | Expected to be out until at least Aug 1
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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Transferred to 60-day DL

      Mitchell (toe) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Saturday. The move is essentially a formality, as Mitchell is not expected to be back with the team until August, at the earliest. The move to the 60-day DL frees up a spot on the 40-man roster, which New York used to add right-hander Chad Green from Triple-A.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Undergoes surgery Monday

      Mitchell (toe) had surgery Monday, Bryan Hoch of reports. According to manager Joe Girardi, Mitchell faces at least a four month recovery timetable that effectively rules him out until August at the earliest. At this point it sounds as though the 24-year-old may not have much of an impact at the major league level this season, as he'll likely require a lengthy rehab stint once he's ready to get back into game action.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Placed on 15-day DL

      Mitchell (toe) was placed on the 15-day DL on Sunday. Williams is dealing with a tear in one of his toes and figures to miss considerable time, though it hasn't been determined whether or not he'll require surgery just yet. Regardless of how the Yankees choose to proceed with Mitchell, don't count on him being available until around the All-Star break.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Diagnosed with fractured toe

      Mitchell has a fractured toe that may require surgery, Bryan Hoch of reports. The New York bullpen may be in rough shape early in the season, with Aroldis Chapman suspended for 30 games and Andrew Miller (right hand) uncertain for Opening Day. Mitchell thus had a shot at a late-inning role -- at least temporarily -- but he now figures to be out for an extended period of time. According to Jack Curry of YES Network, Mitchell is expected to miss about half of the season.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Injured toe covering base

      Mitchell's left big toe "locked up," according to GM Brian Cashman and was seen limping in the locker room after the Yankees' spring training game on Wednesday, Bryan Hoch of reports. Mitchell, who was informed that he will make the major league club on Tuesday, looked to be an integral piece of the Yankees' bullpen; however, this injury, if serious, could put a dent in the team's bullpen depth. With Aroldois Chapman suspended and Andrew Miller taking a line drive off the wrist on Wednesday as well, the Yankees' bullpen depth will be tested from the outset of the season.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Will make Opening Day roster

      Mitchell will start the season in the majors, Bryan Hoch of reports. Mitchell has been terrific in the spring, pitching to a 0.61 ERA with 11 strikeouts to just one walk. He's worked primarily as a starter throughout his career thus far, but with the Yankees rotation seemingly set, the 24-year-old figures to get the majority of his work out of the bullpen in more of a long-relief capacity.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: In line to win bullpen job

      Mitchell appears to be in line to win a spot in the major league bullpen, Newsday reports. Mitchell has been superb throughout the spring, working to a 0.61 ERA with 11 strikeouts in five appearances (three starts). The 24-year-old struggled in the big leagues last season, working mainly out of the bullpen, but he's excelled at the upper levels of the minors. The righty figures to work as a long relief option, but he could also be called upon for the occasional spot start.

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      Yankees' Bryan Mitchell: Role unclear entering season

      Mitchell has a 1.13 ERA in three appearances (two starts) so far in the spring. Mitchell has worked as both a starter and a reliever so far in his career, but it looks like the club is stretching him out to start. The major league rotation looks to be all accounted for, barring injury, so the righty may start the season in the minors and serve as organizational depth there. It's also possible he's used in a long relief capacity in the big leagues, though he'd likely be resigned to lower-leverage situations in that case.

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      Yankees reinstate Bryan Mitchell from DL

      Yankees pitcher Bryan Mitchell was activated from the 7-day concussion DL on Friday, the team announced. Mitchell has not played since Aug. 17 after being hit in the face by a line drive, which caused a nasal fracture and concussion.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Yankees RP Bryan Mitchell could come off DL as soon as eligible

      Yankees relief pitcher Bryan Mitchell, who suffered a concussion and a broken nose after being hit by a line drive on Monday, has started to do cardio work in his rehab process, per the New York Daily News. Manager Joe Girardi said that "it's a possibility" Mitchell can come off the disabled list as soon as he is eligible.