Having one LOOGY out with injury problems is bad enough, but TWO?? That's just madness. Unfortunately that madness is reality for the Yankees right now as their injury-plagued spring continues. It was announced yesterday that Clay Rapada will be shut down for 7-10 days with shoulder bursitis, this after Boone Logan's elbow continued to bark. That's now the top two lefty relievers in camp with problems to the two parts of the arm you never want to have problems with if you're a pitcher: the elbow and the shoulder.
Luckily, the Yankees aren't short on LOOGY options in camp. Francisco Rondon has looked outstanding in his four appearances ( 6 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 2 BB, 6 K) and has looked capable of facing right-handed batters if needed, and Juan Cedeno hasn't looked bad in his three outings either. Cesar Cabral is still on the radar, and needs to spend time on the roster per the Rule 5 Draft rules, but he won't be a real option until May.
Hopefully Rapada's issue isn't as serious as Logan's appears to be and he's able to make it back in time to start the season. If not, maybe the Yanks put in a call to someone well-versed in the dark arts and try to summon Loone Bogan for a few weeks.