The Yankees’ 10-game, four-city road journey comes to a close this weekend with a four-game series against the Red Sox at Fenway Park. 

The sale has been out for the entire season due to a broken rib, but the Red Sox are hoping he can return soon. On Wednesday, he will make a rehab start with Triple-A Worcester.

In order to get back into game shape, injured pitchers Nate Eovaldi (back) and Garrett Whitlock (right hip) will each throw two innings in a bullpen on Tuesday.

UPDATE (10:59 a.m.): Hill reportedly “had an MRI in Chicago over the weekend,” according to the Boston Globe. A ligament was torn, but he anticipates being off for approximately two to four weeks.

However, that’s not all. According to the Globe, Whitlock “will be in the bullpen once he returns off the injured list, which should be this week.

After the 2020 season, the Red Sox picked up the sensational Whitlock in the Rule 5 Draft from the Yankees.

Although Whitlock spent the first part of 2022 in the bullpen, he was eventually moved into the starting rotation as injuries mounted.

But with numerous arms on the way back and Boston’s relief staff in disarray, Whitlock will be returning to the bullpen.

Boston boasts the fifth-best starting ERA (3.51 in the majors) despite its injury woes. The Yankees’ team ERA of 3.01 ranks second in the majors and first in the American League.