Bryan Hoch of MLB.COM:

Monday’s inclement weather has put a wrinkle into Curtis Granderson’s plans as the outfielder tries to mend a strained right oblique and avoid a trip to the disabled list.

Heavy rains forced Granderson to work out indoors and swing in the batting cages at George M. Steinbrenner Field, though he still anticipates he will be ready to play in the Yankees’ first series — if not on Opening Day.

The Yankees plan to have Granderson play in a Minor League game on Tuesday and another one on Wednesday, weather permitting. He would then fly to New York and join the team in time for Thursday’s game against the Tigers.

Hopefully, Granderson’s recovery goes better than, you know…this one.