Rodon (hamstring) leaves 9-7 loss, will have MRI

Rodon (hamstring) leaves 9-7 loss, will have MRI

After a second meeting on the mound with trainers and umpire Angel Hernandez, New York Yankees pitcher Carlos Rodon exited his start against the Astros in the third inning Sunday with left hamstring tightness, and will have an MRI to assess the injury.


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