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Manager Joe Girardi indicated Thursday that Capuano (quad) is expected to miss the month of April, Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports.

Capuano was covering first base when the injury occurred, and it appears the issue is severe enough (Grade 2) to force him out at least a month. It remains to be seen who will take his spot in the rotation, but the Yankees will need to replace another starter for the beginning of the 2015 campaign.

Chris Capuano P NYY 15 Days

Capuano underwent an MRI on Wednesday that revealed a Grade 2 strain in his right quad.

The extent of the injury means Capuano will likely begin the season on the disabled list, with no exact timetable given yet. The 36-year-old was being looked at as the leading candidate to slot in as the team's fifth starter, a spot that will likely be filled by either Adam Warren or Esmil Rogers in his absence.

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Capuano suffered a strained right quad in Wednesday's spring training game and will undergo a MRI, Pete Caldera of The Record reports.

Capuano's injury occurred while he was attempting to cover first base, and, depending on the results of the scan, it could cause him to miss an extended period of spring training. The team should provide an update on his status when the results of the MRI are available.

Chris Capuano P NYY 16 Days

Capuano exited Wednesday's game after just seven pitches, suffering a lower-body injury while attempting to cover first on a ground ball, Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports.

Capuano exited immediately following the play, but it's unclear exactly what injury he suffered. He's slated as the Yankees' fifth starter heading into the season, but an injury could change things. He should be considered day-to-day for now, but the team should release more information on his injury at some point in the near future.

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Capuano will enter spring training with a chance to earn a spot in the starting rotation.

Capuano made the start in all 12 of his appearances with the Yankees last season after serving as a long reliever with the Red Sox in the first half of 2014, and he'll be given a chance to reprise that role in the starting rotation in 2015. The club's top four pitchers appear to be set, so Capuano will likely have to compete with Adam Warren and Esmil Rogers for the fifth spot. With Ivan Nova set to return from Tommy John surgery in May or June, it could just be a temporary assignment before getting pushed back to the bullpen upon Nova's return.

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Capuano agreed to a one-year contract with the Yankees on Tuesday.

Capuano will return to New York after making 12 starts for the Yankees last season. As things stand, he will have a chance to open the season in the starting rotation, though he could eventually be forced to secure a spot during spring training.

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Capuano struck out five and held the Red Sox to an unearned run on four hits over 6.2 innings to earn his third win of the season.

The outing lowered his season ERA to 4.35, which has been compiled in 40 appearances with the Red Sox and Yankees. Most likely, Capuano's 2015 role will put him in the bullpen as a long reliever, where he will offer the flexibility to make spot starts if needed.

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Capuano did not record a decision Monday against the Rays as he allowed two hits and four walks to go along with four strikeouts in six scoreless innings.

The Yankees offense was held without a run yet again to waste a solid start from Capuano. The Yankees offense has been terrible this season, so Capuano might struggle to earn wins down the stretch regardless of how he performs.

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Capuano only recorded one out in his start Wednesday, giving up four runs on four hits and two walks before getting pulled against the Rays.

It was, quite clearly, the shortest start of Capuano's career, and it demonstrates the lack of security that comes with using him in shallower fantasy leagues. He hasn't made it out of the seventh inning this year, and with a 4.90 ERA, he should only be used in somewhat desperate circumstances. He'll have a chance to redeem himself against this same Rays team in Tampa Bay on Monday.

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Capuano lasted just 4.1 innings against Boston on Thursday, allowing four runs and six hits. He struck out two batters.

Capuano gave up three homers, including a pair of long balls to David Ortiz, and was ultimately chased from the game after tossing just 76 pitches. Before Thursday's mediocre outing, the veteran lefty had been respectable in seven starts for the Yankees, posting a 4.01 ERA in 42.2 innings. He'll look to get on track in his next start, taking on Tampa Bay at home.