Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
13 hours ago

Castro (hamstring) is back in the lineup Tuesday, hitting cleanup and manning the keystone.

EDGE Analysis

He made a pinch hit appearance Monday after missing the previous seven games with the injury, so it's no surprise to see him return in full Tuesday. Castro has hit a career-high 21 homers in his first year in the Bronx, so his owners have to be satisfied with his production. However, a .304 OBP and subpar defense at second base (according to Fangraphs), may leave the Yankees wishing for more production at the position if Castro doesn't show improvement in those areas next season.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
3 days ago

Castro (hamstring) was able to take batting practice on the field prior to Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, LoHud.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Manager Joe Girardi had previously indicated it was unlikely Castro would return during the weekend set, and while that outlook may still hold true, it's an encouraging sign that the second baseman was able to hit on the field after he was also able to take swings in a cage Friday. If he does indeed remain out for the remainder of the Toronto series, Castro's next chance to slot back into the lineup will come Monday against the Red Sox.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
4 days ago

Manager Joe Girardi said Friday that he does not expect Castro (hamstring) to return during the Blue Jays series, Brendan Kuty of NJ.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Castro was said to be "a little more optimistic" about his chances to play before the team leaves Toronto, but it sounds like we probably won't see him again until the Yankees return home to New York. He suffered a Grade 1 hamstring strain last weekend and will miss his fifth straight start Friday.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
5 days ago

Castro (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Friday, Newsday's Erik Boland reports.

EDGE Analysis

This will be the fifth game in a row that Castro misses with the hamstring strain. Ronald Torreyes will start at second base and hit ninth Friday.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
6 days ago

Castro (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Thursday against the Rays, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

This marks Castro's fourth straight absence and a possible return date remains up in the air. He was diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain last weekend -- the least severe type of strain, classified as "mild" -- but the team has not said definitively that Castro will play again this year.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
7 days ago

Castro (hamstring) is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Rays, Newsday's Erik Boland reports.

EDGE Analysis

He will miss his third straight game with a Grade 1 hamstring strain and is without a timetable to return. Donovan Solano will once again man the keystone in Castro's absence.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
1 week ago

Castro (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Tuesday against the Rays, LoHud's Chad Jennings reports.

EDGE Analysis

He was designated with a Grade 1 hamstring strain over the weekend, and while he was expected to join the Yankees on Tuesday in Tampa Bay, Ronald Torreyes will get the start at the keystone in the first game of this series.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
1 week ago

Castro, who is not in Sunday's lineup, underwent an MRI that revealed a Grade 1 right hamstring strain.

EDGE Analysis

Castro will remain at Yankee Stadium on Sunday to undergo treatment, with the hope he'll be able to join the team in Tampa Bay on Tuesday. Donovan Solano will fill in for Castro at the keystone Sunday, and could be in line for extra reps during the season's final weeks if the Yankees decide to take a conservative approach with the veteran's ailment.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
2 weeks ago

Castro has been diagnosed with a strained right hamstring, David Lennon of Newsday reports.

EDGE Analysis

Castro was removed from Saturday's matchup with the Red Sox in the fifth inning with what looked to be a hamstring injury, and this latest news serves to confirm that. Castro will undergo further testing later in the day and should be considered day-to-day until further notice.

Starlin Castro
2B/SS/DH NYY
2 weeks ago

Castro was removed from Saturday's game against the Red Sox in the top of the fifth inning with an apparent hamstring injury, David Lennon of Newsday reports.

EDGE Analysis

After reaching second base on a double, Castro was clutching the back of his right leg near the hamstring area and was quickly removed from the game. Ronald Torreyes entered the contest to pinch-run for Castro, who will likely be evaluated in the locker room. Expect the Yankees to provide an update on Castro's condition during or shortly after the game concludes.