Hill exits with right hamstring tightness
TORONTO -- Blue Jays second baseman Aaron Hill left Tuesday's game against the New York Yankees in the sixth inning with tightness in his right hamstring after stealing second base.
It was his team-leading sixth steal of the season. He was replaced by John McDonald who ran for him and went to second base.
Hill was hampered by a right quadriceps injury during Spring Training, but he opened the season in the starting lineup and there were no signs of that bothering him early in the season.