The New York Yankees ended Clint Frazier's rehab assignment on Monday and put him on the 60-day injured list, per Brendan Kuty of NJ.com. He had originally been put on the injured list on July 2 after experiencing dizziness.
In the aftermath of that decision, manager Aaron Boone was asked if Frazier would be able to play in the future.
"We'll see. He's been through a lot, seeing a lot of people and a lot of testing. So we'll just try to continue to follow and support him where we can," he told reporters. "As of right now, he's in a little bit of a holding pattern."
Frazier pulled himself ahead of a Sunday rehab game for Double-A Somerset. It would have been his third rehab game.