MRI Shows No Structural Damage to Stewart's Groin

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MRI Shows No Structural Damage to Stewart's Groin
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An MRI on Chris Stewart's groin showed no structural damage, and according to manager Joe Girardi, Stewart could be a player for the Yankees, albeit only in an emergency, all weekend long. "The MRI came out pretty good, so our thought is we're going to go a couple of days. He can catch if I need him to catch; I'd prefer not to catch him for a couple days and see where we're at, but it's a lot better than we thought it was going to be, so maybe he'll only be out a little bit," Girardi said in his pregame press conference on Friday.

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