Aug 9, 2011, 5:17 PM EDT
It was an odd decision given that Hughes had turned in back-to-back strong starts, including six shutout innings his last time out, and said he’d be fine to pitch following the brief relief outing.
At least his break from the rotation will be a brief one, as Girardi announced today that Hughes will make his next start Saturday against the Rays.
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