TORONTO — Manager Joe Girardi said the Yankees were concerned that if Jordan Montgomery surpasses 180 innings it might lead to future problems, and that played into the decision to send the rookie lefty to Triple-A on Sunday. “We are going to shorten some outings down there just to cut back a little bit,’’ Girardi...
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