Following the Yankees' 6-5 comeback win against the Angels on Wednesday night, manager Aaron Boone announced that outfielder ​Clint Frazier was going to be placed on the 10-day IL with an ankle injury.


Frazier had initially given Yankee fans his ​guarantee that he'd avoid a stint on the shelf, but just two days later, the 24-year-old finds himself sidelined after MRI's revealed a partial tear in his ankle. 

​​With Frazier heading to the IL, that totals the number of injured Yankees to 13. This announcement also came the same day Gary Sanchez came back from the IL to the dugout. 


It was also revealed on Wednesday that ​Giancarlo Stanton suffered a setback in his recovery from a bicep injury. The Yanks' slugger received a cortisone shot in his shoulder and is no longer expected to return during the team's West Coast road-trip. 


Frazier's injury occurred on during Monday night's game while running back to second base on an attempted pickoff. He rolled his ankle on the bag during the process. The youngster played the rest of the game on the apparent injured ankle and wanted to make an appearance in Tuesday night's game, but did not. 


“They feel it is a 10 to 14-day thing so we don’t feel like it is a long thing,’’ Boone said. “(Frazier) feels like he could play or is close to playing but the MRI exam revealed enough in there of a partial tear and stuff and it is going to cost him.’’


The Yankees will be sure to miss Frazier, who has been lighting it up this season since receiving a call-up in wake of the team's injury woes. In 18 games, Frazier has batted an impressive .324, with six home runs and 17 RBI.