Jacoby Ellsbury RUMORS & NEWS

  • Yankees OF Jacoby Ellsbury could return to lineup soon

    Fanrag Sports "New York Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury took batting practice and ran the bases on Wednesday and could return to the lineup soon, according to the Associated Press (via ESPN.com). Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says the Yankees are hoping to “turn him loose” soon. Ellsbury has..." June 22

  • Jacoby Ellsbury still dealing with concussion symptoms, remains out indefinitely for Yankees

    New York Daily News " Jacoby Ellsbury (concussion) saw the neurologist on Monday and remains out indefinitely. He's been getting better but everything is still status quo and he's still feeling some symptoms. Ellsbury had an MRI on his neck which came back normal, Joe Girardi said. " June 08

  • Yankees shut down Jacoby Ellsbury due to concussion symptons

    ESPN "The New York Yankees have shut down Jacoby Ellsbury after the outfielder, who is on the concussion disabled list, recently began experiencing headaches again. Yankees manager Joe Girardi told reporters Saturday that Ellsbury will visit with a neurologist when the team returns to New York next..." June 03

  • Yankees' Jacoby Ellsbury finally feeling better, describes scary wall crash

    Newark Star-Ledger "Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury is finally on the road to recovery after six scary days of headaches. "Today's the best day I've felt," Ellsbury said Tuesday at Oriole Park in his first interview since going on baseball's seven-day concussion disabled list due to a face-first crash into..." May 30

  • Ellsbury suffers concussion after wall-slamming catch

    New York Daily News "Jacoby Ellsbury put his body on the line to make a catch — and the Yankees unknowingly put their center fielder at risk by allowing him to remain in the game even though it was later determined that he had suffered a concussion on the play. Ellsbury may have a history of being soft and..." May 25

  • How Big of a Free Agent Misstep is Jacoby Ellsbury?

    The Sports Post "As his fourth year in New York begins, it’s hard to believe that Jacoby Ellsbury is, at best, an afterthought on the Yankees. In 2011, then on the Red Sox, Ellsbury was a near shoo-in for the AL MVP. This, after slugging a career high 32 home runs and hitting .321/376/.522 with 39 stolen bases...." April 15