Frazier has been hampered with concussion symptoms since July 19, although he's slowly beginning to participate in more baseball activities. If he manages to successfully increase his activity, expect him to embark on a minor-league rehab assignment in the near future, with the potential for a mid-to-late September return from the shelf.
Manager Aaron Boone indicated Frazier is still feeling symptoms from the post-concussion migraines he sustained July 19, but is "trending in the right direction," Lindsey Adler of The Athletic New York reports.
Frazier is hitting in the cage and throwing while in Tampa Bay, but is still limited while experiencing symptoms. Once cleared, the 23-year-old should require a minor-league rehab assignment, but at this point -- three weeks removed from the incident -- there's no telling when that may be.
Manager Aaron Boone said Tuesday that Frazier is still feeling symptoms from the post-concussion migraines that he sustained July 19, Marc Carig of The Athletic reports.
Boone didn't specify any sort of timetable, likely because the club still doesn't know how much longer Frazier will need before he is deemed symptom-free. The manager added that Frazier is dealing with "fogginess" which isn't a great sign considering it's almost been two weeks since the incident. Consider Frazier out indefinitely.
Manager Aaron Boone said Frazier (concussion) will head to Tampa on Friday in order to get "symptom-free," Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Boone failed to offer up a timetable or whether Frazier will be appearing in any sort of game-like situations in the near future, but added that Frazier would be a key depth piece for the club's outfield while Aaron Judge (wrist) is on the shelf. Frazier was able to partake in a workout earlier this week after being diagnosed with post-concussion migraines but still has a lot of work left to do before returning to the major-league level.
Frazier (concussion) will participate in a workout consisting of hitting in the batting cage and riding a stationary bike Wednesday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Frazier was recently diagnosed with post-concussion migraines after heading up to Connecticut for a pair of appointments with a specialist earlier this week. The outfielder will be heavily monitored during his return to the field after missing an extended period of time this season due to concussion-related issues. The Yankees have still not offered up a timetable for his return.
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