Yankees Outfielder Done for Season

His season is over.

Aaron Hicks told reporters on Tuesday that he'll miss the remainder of the postseason after injuring his knee in a collision with teammate Oswaldo Cabrera during Game 5 against the Cleveland Guardians. 

There's no word yet on the actual results of the MRI, but Hicks said that he was given a six-week recovery timeline which will keep him out well through the World Series should the New York Yankees make it that far. 

The good news for Hicks, is that he'll be fully recovered and ready to go for the start of spring training. 

The thirty-three-year-old slashed .216/.330/.313, with eight home runs, 40 RBIs, 10 stolen bases and 54 runs scored over 130 games played this regular season.  

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