Yankees' Gary Sanchez (back, flu) to be re-evaluated Friday
New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez (back) has tested positive for the flu and will re-evaluated when he returns to camp Friday.
The regular flu. Sanchez is also dealing with a back issue, but as of now, the expectation is that he will be ready for Opening Day.
numberFire's models project Sanchez to bat .239 with 30 homers, 77 RBI, and 65 runs scored this season.
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