"I think you're always going to watch it a little bit," Girardi said. "I think the day off probably helped, and we just tell him to play smart. I mean, he did play smart the couple of days that he had it, so he's just going to have to continue to do that."
• On this date in 1960, the Yankees hit five home runs in a 7-6 victory over the Indians, including Yogi Berra's 11th-inning blast off Bobby Locke to win it. It was Berra's second homer of the day; Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle and Moose Skowron also went deep.
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