Heading into his second MLB season, New York Yankees outfielder Clint Frazier will see his spring training shortened because of a setback over the weekend.

Frazier will miss some time because of a concussion he suffered during a Grapefruit League contest against the Pittsburgh Pirates. New manager Aaron Boone does not expect Frazier to miss too much time, with a possible return after a few days off in play.

Frazier, though, may need as much spring time as possible to make a talented Yankees club. He’s competing for a backup role on the team after serving in a part-time capacity as a rookie last season.

The former Cleveland Indians first-round pick made his big-league debut in 2017, playing in 39 games for the Yankees.