Clint Frazier’s future with Yankees more complicated during coronavirus shutdown

As we’ve learned in bits and pieces the Yankees’ starting outfield is starting to fill up as baseball’s coronavirus pandemic-caused shutdown continues. Giancarlo Stanton, who would have been on the injured list with a strained right calf for the original Opening Day on March 26, is ready to go according to Yankees manager Aaron Boone. Aaron Hicks’ rehab from October Tommy John is progressing. If baseball and the players union can get over the health, safety and financial hurdles and lay the groundwork for a pandemic-shortened MLB season, Cashman said he would be a legit option at center field this summer. While they have been much more vague about Aaron Judge returning from his fractured rib, Cashman has still been optimistic the slugger would return this summer. 

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