Brandon Drury looks to be remaining in the minor leagues on a rehab assignment according to our own Matt Kardos, who tweeted earlier that the Yankees infielder will be heading to Trenton to continue his return to the big leagues.
Brandon Drury is slated to rehab with the Thunder tomorrow. #Yankees
— Matt Kardos (@mattkardos) May 4, 2018
Drury was placed on the disabled list on April 7 with severe migraines and blurred vision, a medical issue he hid for the last several seasons. On April 25 he began his rehab with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. In seven games with the RailRiders, he hit .348/.444/.435 with two doubles and an RBI as well as two walks.
The maximum amount of time that Drury can spend on a rehab assignment is 20 days. He spent nine days with the RailRiders and has 11 days remaining before the Yankees have to make a decision on his future.
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