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Teixeira (wrist) is back in the lineup Wednesday against the Rays, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

With Teixeira reporting improvement in the wrist after sitting out Tuesday night, he'll draw back in at first base while batting cleanup. It appears the multiple injuries Teixeira has been dealing with are starting to catch up with him, as he's produced only four home runs in the second half.

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Teixeira is out of the lineup Tuesday due soreness in his wrist, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Brian McCann will take over at first base Tuesday, with Teixeira's troublesome wrist presenting issues once again. Teixeira was productive in the first half of the season despite some lingering wrist soreness, but he's struggled in the second half to the tune of a .179/.283/.298 batting line. Consider him day-to-day ahead of Wednesday's series finale against Tampa.

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Teixeira is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader against the Orioles, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Teixeira, who's batting just .182/.282/.314 since the All-Star break, will be afforded a rest after 15 straight starts. Brian McCann will take over at first base in his absence.

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Teixeira went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in the top of the ninth inning against Boston on Thursday.

Teixeira tied the game at 4-4 when he smacked his 21st homer of the season. He's hitting just .225 on the season, and while he's supplied some power, Thursday's long ball was his first since August 17.

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Teixeira (hamstring) is back in the lineup Tuesday against the Tigers.

Teixeira missed Monday's game due to lingering hamstring tightness, which first crept up last week, but it seems the decision to hold him out was largely precautionary. He'll return Tuesday and look to improve upon his 4-for-16 career mark against Rick Porcello, but if the tightness persists, he could require another maintenance day in the near future.

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Teixeira's left hamstring is enduring some tightness, hence the reason he was given a day off Monday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Teixeira, who initially felt the issue while running the bases late last week, is available as a pinch hitter, if needed Monday. Alas, he'll hand over first base to Chase Headley, who is batting seventh in the order.

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Teixeira is out of the lineup Monday in Kansas City, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Teixeira's right leg was hit by a pitch Saturday, but he was able to gut it out at first base for Sunday's entire 10-inning affair. Monday's absence is likely a scheduled day off, as he last sat out on Aug. 9. During that span, he reached base in 10 of 12 outings, batting .256 (11-for-43) with one homer, two RBI, five runs, and a 5:12 BB:K.

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Teixeira was hit on the right leg in the eighth inning of Saturday's game, and although he remained in the game, "there's some concern" according to manager Joe Girardi, the NY Daily News reports.

At this point, the concern should only be considered cautionary, as Teixeira showed no signs of pain. Teixeira has been hampered by injuries all season, but it seems unlikely that this will force him to miss any time.

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Teixeira went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.

Teixeira had a productive series against the Rays, racking up five hits in 12 at-bats. Overall he's slashing .235/.333/.446 with a team-best 20 home runs to go with 53 RBI this season.

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Teixeira (finger) said he felt "not bad" in his return to the starting lineup Sunday after missing three games with an injury to his pinky finger, the NY Post reports.

Teixeira said he's still dealing with some pain in his finger, but it feels a lot better than it initially did. He made it through the full game on Sunday, and added a hit, so he likely won't miss any more time with this injury, but his status is still worth monitoring until the finger fully heals.