The Yankees placed second baseman Starlin Castro on the 10-day disabled Tuesday after he left Monday night’s game with a hamstring injury.
Castro pulled up lame running to first base in a 6-5 win against the White Sox. There is no word on the severity of the injury, but Castro stated Monday that he doesn’t believe he suffered a muscle tear.
Castro heads to the shelf batting .313 with 12 home runs and 45 RBIs this season. Ronald Torreyes is starting in his place Tuesday night.
The Yankees also signed and selected infield prospect Tyler Wade to take Castro’s spot on the roster.
Of course, the Spurs end up with the top player on the board. White has a top-20 grade on our board, as a three-level scorer that can also really pass it and play both guard positions. He’s not an elite athlete, but he’s cerebral, and Gregg Popovich will love getting a chance to develop him further.
The Lakers end up with Josh Hart, a guy they likely would have picked at 28 had they stayed there. Hart helps their depleted wing position a ton. He’s tough, can knock down shots and will be able to play sooner rather than later. The Lakers should end up with a rotation wing here.
The Hornets have moved this pick to the Pelicans, who will take Jackson. New Orleans traded Tim Frazier this past week, and will likely try to develop Jackson to take over that Cheap China Jerseys role Cheap Blank Hockey Jerseys behind Jrue Holiday, who the Pelicans hope to re-sign. It’s a good pickup for minimal value.
The Suns certainly could use more help on the wing, and Reed will provide a 3-and-D weapon for Phoenix. It’s a bit of a reach, especially with others who were on the board, but he has a shot to stick.