Johnson says groin 'feels fine'
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- New York Yankees left-hander Randy Johnson is unhappy about being scratched from his scheduled start Wednesday because of left groin tightness.
The Yankees decided Monday to have Johnson skip his turn in the rotation after being hurt in the ninth inning of his previous start last Friday against Toronto. His spot will be filled by rookie Sean Henn, who will be called up from Double-A Trenton.
"It feels fine," Johnson said before Tuesday night's game
against Tampa ...
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