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Yankees’ top prospect Jasson Domínguez placed on injured list



Jasson Domínguez has been sidelined again.

The Yankees’ top prospect was placed on the seven-day injured list at Triple-A on Sunday. The RailRiders, the Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate, did not disclose why at the time of the announcement.

Domínguez exited the RailRiders’ game against Rochester in the bottom of the seventh inning on Saturday. He logged three at-bats, picked up a hit, scored a run, stole a base and struck out twice prior to that.

Domínguez recently completed a rehab assignment after undergoing UCL surgery last September. The Yankees decided to keep him in Scranton once the assignment ended, as they had a set starting outfield with Juan Soto, Aaron Judge and Alex Verdugo.

Domínguez hit .356/.404/.609 with six home runs and 13 RBI over 23 total minor league games before getting hurt. He slashed .389/.405/.639 with two homers in nine games after his rehab assignment was transferred to Triple-A.

Greg Allen, a veteran outfielder with major league experience, also went on the seven-day IL at Triple-A.

This is a developing story. Check back for details.

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