Yankees right-hander Luis Severino dropped out of a rehab start for Class-A Fort Hudson Valley on Saturday with a right groin injury. He will undergo an MRI on Sunday.
Severino, who is working his way back to the majors after undergoing Tommy John surgery on February 27, 2020, was unable to support his right leg and needed help getting off the field after getting five outs on his outing in Brooklyn.
It was his second rehab start, after pitching 2.2 innings for Class-A Baja Tampa last Sunday. The last time he got on the hill with the Yankees was in 2019.