Needing more production at first base, the Yankees pulled the plug on the Chris Carter experiment. They designated the reigning National League home run champ for assignment after Friday’s win and called up Tyler Austin from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. That didn’t go any better. Austin went hitless in the Yankees’ 8-1 loss to Texas and was...
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