Yankees' Soto exits with forearm discomfort, set for testing

Juan Soto's Injury

New York Yankees' Juan Soto left a game against the Minnesota Twins due to left forearm discomfort.

Manager's Insight

 Yankees' manager Aaron Boone revealed that Soto had been dealing with forearm discomfort.

Soto's Response

Soto explained that the soreness emerged after the rain delay and that the team opted to prioritize caution.

Unprecedented Discomfort

Soto expressed that he had never experienced this type of discomfort before, which initially appeared.

Evaluation Plan

The decision to undergo imaging on Friday was made to gain clarity on the injury's severity, highlighting.

Player Concerns

Boone acknowledged the significance of Soto's absence from the game, emphasizing the team

Soto's Performance

Before exiting the game, Soto contributed to the Yankees' win with two walks and a run scored.