The Yankees have some injury issues.
General Manager Brian Cashman announced on Monday that Alex Rodriguez will miss four to six months due to surgery on his left hip from an injury sustained in the postseason. With Derek Jeter‘s status unknown because of a broken leg, the left side of the Yankee infield on Opening Day may look much different than in years past.
The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo stopped by NESN’s set at the MLB Winter Meetings to discuss what this injury means for New York, and how age may finally be causing problems in the Bronx.
Check out the video above to see Cafardo talk about the Yankees with Tom Caron, and tune in to Red Sox Now for all the latest offseason action surrounding the Sox.