Yankees’ Brandon Drury says he has been dealing with blurred vision for years
Brandon Drury’s recently-revealed vision issues may have actually predated his time with the New York Yankees.
Addressing reporters on Monday, the Yankees infielder said that he has dealt with blurred vision “all the time” walking up to the plate the past few years, per Coley Harvey of ESPN. Drury, who has also been having severe migraines, did say though that he is not scared by the issues and that he is “excited” to finally know what has been going on now that he has undergone tests.
Drury, who is a career .270 hitter, was placed on the disabled list earlier this month after just eight appearances for the Yankees to start the year. Manager Aaron Boone did say over the weekend that the team was “very concerned” about Drury’s health, but finally getting tested and treated for the issue is an important first step in the 25-year-old’s recovery.