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Yankees’ Teixeira Has No Structural Damage in Inflamed Wrist

New York Yankees All-Star first baseman Mark Teixeira underwent tests that showed no structural damage in his injured left wrist. He’ll be re-evaluated in three days, the team said.

Teixeira, who has 20 home runs and leads the Major League Baseball team with 71 runs batted in, was diagnosed with inflammation of the wrist and had a cortisone shot after today’s MRI exam, the Yankees said in a Twitter post.

Teixeira said he originally hurt his wrist swinging through a pitch in the Yankees’ July 29 loss to the Boston Red Sox. He tweaked the injury in last night’s loss to Baltimore when he dove for a ground ball and landed on his wrist. He wore a protective brace on his wrist after the game and said he’d probably miss several days before the injury heals.

The Yankees, who have lost three straight games, host the Orioles today and tomorrow. They’re off Aug. 2 before opening a three-game series at home on Aug. 3 against Seattle.

After Teixeira left last night’s game, Eric Chavez moved from third base to first to replace him. Nick Swisher, who hasn’t played in the field since July 20 because of a hip injury, can also play first base when healthy.

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