A change in scenery has brought little relief for Brandon Drury.
The former Yankee was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday with a fractured left hand, sidelining him again after a poor start with the Blue Jays and a failed early-season stint with the Yankees.
Drury has hit .154 in eight games since arriving from the Yankees in the July 26 trade that sent starting pitcher J.A. Happ to the Bronx.
The Blue Jays recalled infielder Richard Urena to fill his roster spot.
Drury started the season with high hopes after the Yankees acquired him from the Diamondbacks in a three-team February trade. But since being named the Yankees’ starting baseman on Opening Day, the 25-year-old played in just 18 games in pinstripes, dealing with a recurring blurred vision and migraine issue while rookie Miguel Andujar heated up and made Drury dispensable.
In 51 at-bats this season for the Yankees, Drury recorded nine hits, one home run and 12 strikeouts.
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