SAD NEWS: Yankees’ Aaron Boone Confirmed Huge Injury Setback as Top Experienced Superstar Ruled out…

Bad news has hit the New York Yankees camp as Aaron Boone confirms a significant setback in preparation for their upcoming clash against the Tigers. The star player, reportedly, won’t return until June, according to insider reports.

The absence of superstar pitcher Gerrit Cole has been keenly felt by the Yankees this season, as he has yet to step onto the field due to an elbow injury. While Cole has been making strides in his recovery recently, the latest update suggests that fans will have to wait a bit longer for his comeback. Jon Heyman of the New York Post revealed that Cole’s return is now targeted for “mid-June.”

Though the news of Cole’s bullpen session this weekend indicates progress, the timeline for his return still places him about six weeks away from returning to major league action. While the Yankees have managed to perform well without Cole, his presence on the field is eagerly anticipated, offering the team a much-needed boost.

As one of baseball’s top teams and a contender for the World Series, the Yankees’ prospects heavily rely on Cole’s return to form. The hope is that his rehabilitation progresses smoothly without any setbacks, allowing him to return to the mound at the earliest opportunity.

While Cole is eligible to come off the Injured List by the end of May, it appears unlikely unless unexpected developments occur. In the meantime, the Yankees will need to maintain their momentum and continue their success even in Cole’s absence.

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