First baseman Hal Morris broke a bone behind the knuckle of his right index finger when he was hit by a pitch and will be lost to the Cincinnati Reds for four to six weeks.
Morris finished second to Terry Pendleton for the National League batting title last year.
Reds All-Star shortstop Barry Larkin twisted his right knee and bruised his left arm while chasing a pop fly. It isn't known whether he will miss any games.
* YANKEES: Partners are scheduled to meet today amid reports that George Steinbrenner and Leonard Kleinman have reached a settlement of their dispute over Kleinman's lawsuit against commissioner Fay Vincent and over the $1 million Kleinman contends the club owes him.