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Boone Logan good to go

BOONE LOGAN Relief pitcher 2012 salary: $1.8 million

Relief pitcher
2012 salary: $1.8 million
2012: 7-2, 3.74 ERA, 55.1 innings, 68 K, 28 BB

Logan is arbitration-eligible this offseason. Logan held both left handed and right handed batters to a .230 average in 2012.
(Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams, Jr.)

Lefthanded reliever Boone Logan, who tweaked his back last Tuesday and walked awkwardly as a result the next day, said he told Girardi he was good to go for the opener. But Girardi had leftyClay Rapada up in the bullpen Friday and used him Saturday night. He was charged with two runs and allowed two hits and two walks in two-thirds of an inning. "I figured I'd give him one more day," Girardi said of Logan. "I think we all remember how we saw him on Wednesday."

Tags: Boone Logan , injury , Yankees

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