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Saturday, September 7, 2013
D-Rob down, Logan set for MRI

By Mike Mazzeo

NEW YORK -- The New York Yankees are going to need some length from their starting pitchers coming days, because their bullpen is currently decimated by injury.

Right-handed setup man David Robertson will "probably" be out the next five to six days after an MRI revealed that he had tendinitis in his shoulder, manager Joe Girardi said following his team's 12-8 loss to the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.

Meanwhile, lefty specialist Boone Logan will undergo an MRI on Saturday morning after he left the game due to bicep discomfort.

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