Chris Stewart was scratched for similar symptoms to last night. He's being checked out at NY Presbyterian.
Newark Star-Ledger "On a day when they lose starter Andy Pettite for two weeks, the Yankees appeared to avoid another calamity when catcher Chris Stewart received a clean MRI on his left groin. Stewart “felt a grab” while running the bases on Thursday, he said. But no injury could be found. He’ll rest for a few..." May 18
New York Post "The Yankees were able to survive the departure of catcher Russell Martin thanks to the early-season success of Francisco Cervelli. And their depth was tested again when Cervelli fractured his right hand, sidelining him for six weeks. So far, Chris Stewart has been up to the task of playing on a..." May 05
New York Daily News "If Chris Stewart plans to win the Yankees' starting catching job, he better think about sticking around games for longer than two innings. Stewart was ejected from Thursday’s game against the Blue Jays in the bottom of the second inning after arguing a call at first base with umpire Marty..." March 01
Newark Star-Ledger "The broad parameters of the Yankees catching competition are by now well-known. Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewart are the favorite. Austin Romine can win the job, but only if he clobbers the ball all spring. Since hitting a round ball with a round bat with any consistency during spring..." February 21