Blue Jays reinstate Danny Jansen from IL, option Brian Serven

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The Toronto Blue Jays are getting healthier.

The Blue Jays reinstated catcher Danny Jansen from the 10-day injured list and he will be active for Monday’s game against the New York Yankees.

Jansen has been recovering from a fractured right wrist suffered during spring training. He was hit by a pitch from Pittsburgh Pirates righty Carmen Mlodzinski on March 13.

The Blue Jays announced that Jansen will be on the bench with Alejandro Kirk catching for Chris Bassitt. Cavan Biggio and Daulton Varsho will be back in the lineup in the series opener against the Yankees.

Jansen just completed a rehab assignment with triple-A Buffalo where he hit .308/.357/.615 with a home run and six RBI in four games.

To make room for Jansen, backup catcher Brian Serven was optioned to Triple-A. The 28-year-old did not record a hit in seven games.

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