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McCann is not in the lineup Thursday against the Astros, MLB.com reports.

McCann, who returned from the 7-day concussion DL on Sunday, will get a day of rest after catching the last three games. Francisco Cervelli will be behind the plate Thursday.

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McCann (concussion) was activated from the 7-day DL on Sunday, Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York reports.

McCann was initially targeting Saturday as the return date from the disabled list but it was bumped back to Sunday recently. He is back in the lineup Sunday, so he appears to be back healthy.

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McCann (concussion) is now shooting for a return from the 7-day DL on Sunday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

There is no clear indication that McCann has suffered a setback in his recovery from a concussion he sustained last week, but it was previously expected that he would return to the lineup Saturday.

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The Yankees expect to activate McCann (concussion) from the 7-day DL on Saturday, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

McCann reported improvement in his recovery earlier in the week and was set to undergo further testing Tuesday. Though he hasn't yet resumed baseball activities, the positive news surrounding his recovery suggests he may have come through Tuesday's test symptom-free. The Yankees should relay further information on McCann's condition as the weekend draws nearer.

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McCann (concussion) reported feeling better, according to manager Joe Girardi, and could undergo another concussion test Tuesday, MLB.com reports.

McCann was placed on the 7-day concussion DL Saturday, so he won't be able to return until a week from then at the earliest. If he passes a concussion test symptom free, he could be cleared to resume baseball activities and a return to the team as soon as he's eligible would seem likely.

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McCann was placed on the 7-day concussion DL on Saturday, Eric Boland of Newsday reports.

McCann's visit with a neurological specialist Saturday morning confirmed that he had a concussion, requiring him to follow Major League Baseball's protocol on the head injury. The Yankees will monitor McCann's status on a day-to-day basis, with the catcher able to resume working out once he's no longer experiencing concussion symptoms. In the meantime, Francisco Cervelli looks primed to pick up the large share of at-bats behind the plate while McCann is out.

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McCann (concussion) is out of the lineup Saturday vs. the Indians, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

McCann was set to undergo a concussion test prior to the game, after which the Yankees will decide if he'll require a stint on the DL. Even if he receives clearance to resume catching, McCann will likely be held out through the rest of the weekend just to afford him ample recovery time. Francisco Cervelli will serve as the battery mate for starter Brandon McCarthy on Saturday.

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McCann will undergo a concussion test Saturday, which should determine whether he'll require a stint on the disabled list, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

The injury is being diagnosed as a mild concussion, although the severity is likely a moot point. McCann reported feeling foggy in the sixth inning of Friday's game prior to his departure, and is officially day-to-day until Saturday's test results are revealed.

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McCann left Friday night's game with a mild concussion, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

The Yankees have not provided any additional details regarding McCann's availability for the rest of the weekend, but he'll almost certainly miss time beyond Friday's contest as a result of the injury with the possibility of a 7-day DL stint if his symptoms linger for more than a day or two.

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McCann is out of the Yankees' lineup Thursday against the Tigers, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Nothing out of the ordinary here, as McCann has caught four straight games and the Yankees have an early afternoon tilt on tap following a night game. Francisco Cervelli will step in behind the plate to catch starter Shane Greene. McCann has homered in consecutive games to bring his total on the season to 13.