Yankees Outfielder Still ''Uncertain'' For ALCS if Team Advances

He's been out since early September after undergoing surgery to repair the broken hamate bone in his right wrist. 

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Monday that Andrew Benintendi is experiencing pain in his surgically-repaired right wrist.
That's not good to hear. Benintendi has been rehabbing at the team's spring training facility in Tampa Bay and recently received another injection to deal with the renewed discomfort. 

The twenty-eight-year-old outfielder would appear highly unlikely to be able to return to action if the Yankees advance to the ALCS against the Houston Astros. 

Benintendi has appeared in just 33 games for the Yankees since being acquired from the Boston Red Sox at the trade deadline. 
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