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Yankees’ Aaron Hicks to have Tommy John surgery, out 8-10 months

The New York Yankees hardly finished the 2019 season before starting on their injured list for 2020. Center fielder Aaron Hicks will have Tommy John surgery for a partially torn ligament in his throwing elbow and is expected to be out 8 to 10 months.

Yankees CF Aaron Hicks play defense for 1st time in 2 months

New York Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks played in the outfield for the first time Thursday since being sidelined in early March by a strained left lower back and threw out a runner trying to score. Hicks moved in to grab a fly in the fifth inning of an extended spring training game against Philadelphia Phillies minor leaguers and then made a perfect one-hop throw to plate to complete an inning-ending double play.

Yankees’ Tulowitzki, Hicks about ready to join Andujar in rehab games

New York Yankees shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and center fielder Aaron Hicks are about ready to join third baseman Miguel Andujar in minor league injury rehabilitation games. Tulowitzki, recovering from a strained left calf that has sidelined him since April 3, hit again in a simulated game and said he plans to play in an extended spring training game Monday.

Baseball capsules: Yankees halt Boston’s winning streak at eight

Aaron Hicks awoke a dormant offense with a two-run homer that sparked a five-run eighth inning, then threw out a runner at third in the ninth inning to help Aroldis Chapman escape, and the New York Yankees rallied past the visiting Red Sox 5-4 Friday night to stop Boston’s winning streak at eight.