Yankees reliever Andrew Miller broke his non-pitching wrist when struck on the right arm by a line drive in the seventh inning of the New York Yankees' 2-0 win over the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday.

Andrew Miller of the New York Yankees waits in the dugout before a spring training game on March 4, 2015 at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images)

The left-hander threw his glove and walked into the Yankees' dugout after pinch-hitter Willians Astudillo's comebacker went off his arm, just above the wrist. X-rays were negative, but a CT scan revealed a chip fracture.

New York said "he will see a hand specialist, who will determine the next course of action."
Miller was the Yankees' closer last year and was slated to fill that role while Aroldis Chapman serves a 30-game suspension under baseball's new domestic abuse policy.

If Miller is sidelined, Dellin Betances would open the season as closer.

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