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 MOOSIC, Pa. (AP) -Jason Giambi's rehab stint with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre ended with an 0-for-3 night Sunday.
After the game, Giambi said he will join his New York Yankees teammates Monday in Toronto, but that he wasn't sure when he would be activated.
``Its exciting for me to get the opportunity,'' Giambi said. ``The injury healed a lot faster than we all thought. I'll just go up there, and the team's playing great, so the biggest thing is to just go up there and be a part of it.''
Giambi tore tissue in his foot May 30 and started his rehab last weekend at Class-A Tampa, where he played four games. He played four more with the Red Barons, going hitless after a solo home run in his first at-bat.
On Sunday, Giambi started at first base, struck out once and walked once. He was also charged with an error when he misplayed a sacrifice bunt attempt.

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