Contreras said that the Yankees decided to keep Alan Horne inactive for 14 days starting the day after his injury. After two weeks of not throwing, he'll begin a program to build back his strength. "We are very conservative," Contreras said.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
by Bronx Liaison
Yankees top pitching prospect Alan Horne was DLed on April 10 with what was described as a bicep strain. According to Nardi Contreras, Horne was shut down for a full two weeks and not the seven day layoff which was originally reported: