Since the All-Star break, the New York Yankees have gone 13-13 and have fallen a whopping 10 games behind Boston. Injuries have mounted, players have struggled, and the season is beginning to almost feel lost despite the fact that they're 30 games over .500. The replacements for their injured starters have been a motley crew, to say the least.

Injured stars

On July 26, Aaron Judge was struck on the wrist by a pitch from Kansas City Royals pitcher Jakob Junis. He eventually left that game and went for testing, where it was discovered to be a chip fracture.

He was estimated to miss about three weeks. Today marks three weeks since that day. According to ESPN's Coley Harvey, there is no timetable for his return and he has yet to even begin swinging a bat.

The Yankees desperately miss his presence. They've had to use veteran minor leaguer Shane Robinson extensively. His poor defense has led to some runs, and he is slashing .111/.200/.222 in his last 15 games, a far cry from Judge's .285/.398/.947. Moreover, veteran second baseman Neil Walker has had to play in right field as well.

Now, Stanton has been hot. In his last 30 games, he's hitting .283 with eight home runs. According to the staff over at CBS Sports, he has been nursing a hamstring injury which has relegated him to the DH role exclusively.

Clint Frazier, the former top prospect who hasn't seen much time due to the wealth of outfielders the Yankees possess, can't slide into Judge's vacant spot, either, because he has had a concussion since July 23. Jacoby Ellsbury, their $153 million outfielder, hasn't even sniffed the field -- recently undergoing season-ending surgery.

Since Gary Sanchez went down on June 24 and then again on July 24 with a groin injury, the catchers in his place haven't done exceptionally well. Before the initial injury to Sanchez, backup Austin Romine was hitting over .300. Since then he's gone 24-104 to the tune of a .231 batting average. Since the injury, minor leaguer Kyle Higiashoka has been called up and has hit .157.

Jordan Montgomery was lost for the year, and the replacements have been a revolving door. Domingo German was the guy until he was demoted. Johnathan Loaisiga had three starts before being sent back down. Chance Adams made his debut, J.A. Happ and Lance Lynn were traded for, and J.A. Happ just got off the DL.

CC Sabathia hit the 10 day DL a few days ago, forcing Luis Cessa into his spot, as he promptly gave up seven hits, five earned runs, and didn't complete four innings. Without Sabathia, an already weak rotation becomes even weaker.

Possible injuries

Before hitting the DL on July 6, Gleyber Torres was hitting .294 with 14 home runs. Since returning, he has gone 10-69 (.145) with four home runs.

He's looked like a shell of himself since then and it begs the question: Is that hip still bothering him? His front hip, the one that was hurt, has been flying open and his leg doesn't get down in time often. It's very possible that the hip is still hurting him. If Torres isn't the first half All-Star version of himself, it makes for another hole in a lineup that is currently littered with them.

Luis Severino hasn't been on the DL. Perhaps he should be. There's something going on with him and it isn't good. In his past seven starts, he's given up 54 hits and 30 earned runs. He's 2-4 with a 7.50 ERA. If he isn't healthy, and there is good reason to think he isn't, then this ship is sinking fast.