Yankees’ Juan Soto exits game against Twins due to forearm discomfort following rain delay.

The Yankees secured a three-run victory against the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night, marking their eighth consecutive win and a 6-0 record against the Twins this season. Despite the absence of star player Juan Soto, who was removed from the game due to discomfort in his left forearm, the team was able to pull off a win.

Soto, who was acquired by the Yankees from the San Diego Padres in the offseason, has been a key player in every game this season. He has a batting average of .318 with 53 RBI and 17 home runs. However, he has been experiencing forearm discomfort for the past week and it is still unclear how severe the injury is. No specific incident triggered the discomfort on Thursday night.

In other news, top outfield prospect Jasson Domínguez was pulled from his Triple-A game as part of a planned move by the team. The seven innings played by Domínguez in the game were the most he has played in his rehab stint. It remains unclear how long Domínguez will be with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.

Manager Aaron Boone mentioned that Soto’s absence from

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