Jose Tabata, one of the Yankees' top prospects, is coming off the injury circuit and making a point…
Tabata Back In The Saddle
Tabata was placed on the disabled list for precautionary reasons, but as of right now he is back in game shape. He has no restrictions on any part of his running game.
"I feel good," he said. "I am at 100 percent."
When he came off the disabled list on June 11th, he was penciled in the lineup as the designated hitter.
"I think I will be starting [more] in the outfield," Tabata said when asked if he will be seeing more time at designated hitter just to be cautious. "I don't know, but I am ready to play."
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