Another day, another ambulance

Sori sits out with a sore thumb as Joe's Yankees take another Beantown beating

Updated: September 14, 2013, 8:23 PM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

BOSTON -- Joe Girardi can't even remember who broke the news to him -- just moments before one of his team's most important games of the year -- that he would have to play it without the most fearsome hitter in the Yankees' lineup.

"I think it was Stevie," Girardi said, referring to Steve Donohue, the team trainer who has been the bearer of similar bad news so many times before this season.

Then again, it could have been Alfonso Soriano himself who came to the manager to ...

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