With Curtis Granderson back in the lineup, looking healthy and relatively comfortable in the outfield, and showing signs of improvement at the plate, we can shift our focus to the next DL returnee to the lineup. That next guy in line is Mark Teixeira, and based on the latest news about his comeback it sounds like he'll be back sooner rather than later.
Teix himself tweeted earlier this week about hitting in sim games and he's continued to play in those games and take live BP all week without any reported problems or lingering pain in his right wrist. Yesterday, Erik Boland tweeted that Teix could start his official rehab assignment with Double-A Trenton as early as next Tuesday.
I would anticipate Teix spending more time than C-Grand did in his rehab assignment given the nature of his injury. It's to both Teix's and the team's benefit to make sure there are no issues that crop up with the wrist from playing every day. The big league club will be at home for a week straight starting next Wednesday before hitting the road for another West Coast trip. That would give Teix a week of rehab games and if he's good to go maybe he joins the club on June 5th before they head to Seattle. If he's not ready by then, I would bet the Yanks wait until mid-June when they're back from their road trip to activate him.