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Headley went 2-for-4 with a solo home run Monday against the Orioles.

Headley has provided the Yankees with some stability at third base, but he hasn't been very productive in September as he only has two home runs and four RBI in the month. He doesn't hit for a great average either, leaving him with limited fantasy value.

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Headley (face) is back in the starting lineup Monday, Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News reports.

After getting hit in the face by a pitch Thursday, Headley missed all four games against the Orioles over the weekend. He'll bat sixth and play third base Monday night.

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Headley (face) has been cleared to play by a neurologist, but will rest until at least Monday, MLB.com reports.

Manager Joe Girardi said Headley will taking batting practice on Sunday, and the team will ultimately determine what to do from there. Given the location of the injury, it could have been much worse, but Headley and the team are choosing to play it safe for at least one more day.

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Headley (head) said he felt very lucky and believed his injury could have ended much worse. Although, it still may be a few days before he returns to action. Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

Headly was very lucky to end up only needing a few stitches, as he was hit in the face by a pitch Wednesday night. He will not be ready to play Saturday, but could rejoin the team Sunday when they take on the Red Sox. Martin Prado has been filling in for Headley during his absense.

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Headley (face) passed all of his concussion tests, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

It's great news for Headley, who was hit near the mouth with a pitch late in Thursday's game. While he will not be available for Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader against the Orioles, Headley has rejoined the team and it sounds like he has a chance to return this weekend.

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Healey (face) has rejoined the team but will not be available Friday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

Although Headley did not suffer any facial fractured after being hit in the face by a pitch Thursday night, he did receive stitches and was scheduled to visit a neurologist Friday. The results of his exam with the neurologist have not been disclosed, and thus Headley's status for a return this weekend is decidedly cloudy.

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Headley (mouth) did not sustain any bone fractures but received stitches and will visit with a neurologist after taking a pitch to the face Thursday night, ESPN New York reports.

The Yankees are yet to provide any sort of timetable for Headley's return, and remains to be seen whether he'll return this season. The good news is Headley was able to walk off the field with assistance from team trainers Thursday night, but whether or not he suffered nerve damage is unknown at this time.

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Headley was removed from Thursday's game in the ninth inning after being struck by a pitch in the mouth area, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Headley was able to walk off the field with an assist from Yankees trainers. His status will be updated when more details are released following the game.

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Headley went 1-for-3 with a two-run double Thursday against the Astros.

Headley also struck out for the fourth consecutive game in this one. He has an odd line over that stretch, having gone 5-for-15 (.333) and making eight of his 10 outs via the whiff. All in all, the transition to the Yankees has failed to truly elevate Headley's offensive game.

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Headley went 2-for-4 in a losing effort against the Astros on Wednesday.

The multi-hit effort was the second in three games for Headley, whose season numbers still lag behind even the more conservative projections for his 2014 this spring. Thus far, he's been a fixture in the lineup for the Yankees, and his back injury hasn't led to more than the occasional day off since he was acquired from San Diego.