Yankees Stephen Drew likely out for postseason with concussion

null null Baseball Yankees second baseman Stephen Drew has been diagnosed with a concussion and is unlikely to play this postseason, team manager Joe Girardi told reporters Friday.Dr. Michael Collins, who treated Drew for a concussion in 2013, examined him Wednesday in Pittsburgh and diagnosed him with a vestibular concussion. MORE: SN's Yankees postseason preview | standings, if fortunes flippedDrew has not played since Sept. 22, and has started only three games since Sept. 9, when a ball bounced off his glove and struck him in the face in a game against the Orioles. Since then, Drew has struggled with dizziness and a loss of equilibrium. However, he said he had been experiencing symptoms, such as fluid in his ears, even before that incident."It's just constant right now,'' Drew said of the dizziness, via ESPN.com. "I have to concentrate for ground balls and hitting and everything because of my balance and feeling the way I do. It's not that I don't want to

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go. It's just not fair to me and it's not fair to the team.''After hitting a disappointing .150 with the Yankees last season, Drew re-signed with the club for a one-year deal in 2015. The 32-year-old veteran has 17 home runs in 131 games but is batting just .201.

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