From the Honolulu Advertiser -
Bronson Sardinha, a 2001 Kamehameha Schools graduate who was called up by the New York Yankees last month, has been asked to accompany the team for the AL Division Series that starts Thursday in Cleveland, according to his father, Dexter Sardinha.
Dexter Sardinha said his son called him yesterday saying he was told by one of the coaches that he would be on the postseason roster. Dexter Sardinha said Dane is likely to find out for certain today.
The Yankees have been mulling over personnel moves because of injuries. Sardinha’s versatility makes him a logical choice, as he has played right field, left field and third base in his nine games with the Yankees.
Andy Phillips’ bad luck is someone else’s good luck, it appears.