Yankees Add Carlos Rodon to Injured List With Forearm Injury

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By Nick Selbe Rodon signed a six-year, $162 million contract with New York this offseason. With three weeks left until Opening Day, the Yankees added another key player to the injured list in starting pitcher Carlos Rodón, the team announced Thursday. Rodón is dealing with a left forearm strain, general manager Brian Cashman announced, and will take seven to 10 days off from throwing before being reevaluated. “In a perfect world, he’s back sometime in April,” Cashman said, per ESPN’s Joon Lee. Rodón signed a six-year, $162 million contract with the Yankees this winter, bolstering a rotation th…

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