|Getting hit on the wrist will wipe the smile of off Grandy's face|
Curtis Granderson is trying to get used to playing left field in a switch with Brett Gardner. He's also trying to bounce back from a season in which he struck out a team record 195 times.
So Granderson didn't need to get hit on the right wrist today in his first spring training at-bat. That's what happened though on a delivery from Toronto Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ.
Granderson went down to first base, but immediately left the game to get x-rays taken. The Yankees can't afford to lose another big bat for any length of time.
Yankees starter Adam Warren hit Brett Lawrie of the Blue Jays to start the top of the second, but it was much less painful. Still, kudos to Warren.