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Cody Bellinger (shoulder) says that he'll be "basically a full-go" in workouts next week.
Bellinger underwent offseason surgery to fix his dislocated right shoulder and believes that he's ahead of schedule. Of course, athletes almost always believe they'll recover quickly. Still, this is good news for fantasy managers, though it'll become more reassuring once Bellinger actually starts ramping up.
Cody Bellinger (shoulder) is expected to be ready for Opening Day, according to Manager Dave Roberts.
Bellinger injured his shoulder in the final game of the 2020 World Series, and underwent surgery this offseason. Bellinger scuffled in 2020, batting .239 with 12 home runs and a .789 OPS.
Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts told reporters Tuesday that outfielder Cody Bellinger (right shoulder dislocation) is "progressing toward taking full swings" and "will be under no limits defensively once workouts start." Roberts went on to say that he is "not concerned at all for him to be ready offensively for the start of the season."
Bellinger famously injured his right shoulder while celebrating a home run during Game 7 of the World Series. Bellinger underwent surgery to repair a dislocated right shoulder in November and appears to be making good progress. The 25-year-old superstar's ADP is currently #14 overall (OF #6) after struggling during the shortened 2020 season (.239 AVG, 12 HR, 30 RBI, .789 OPS).
Cody Bellinger and the Dodgers avoid arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $16.1 million deal.
Bellinger gets a raise after getting a record $11.5 million settlement last year. He underwent surgery to repair a dislocated right shoulder that he hurt while celebrating in Game 7 of the NLCS. The 25-year-old is expected to be ready by Spring Training. Bellinger slashed .239/.333/.455 with 12 home runs, 30 RBI, 33 runs scored and six stolen bases across 243 plate appearances in 2020.
Cody Bellinger, who had shoulder surgery in mid-November to repair a dislocated shoulder, is "ahead of schedule" with his rehab, according to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts.
Bellinger originally dislocated the shoulder while celebrating a home run in Game 7 of the NLCS and received surgery about a month after the World Series. It's great news to hear he is progressing ahead of schedule in his rehab. Roberts added that he could be "somewhat active" for the start of spring training. The 25-year old had a disappointing season in which he slashed .239/.333/.455 with 12 home runs and 30 RBI over 56 games last season. He's a solid bounce back candidate, barring any setbacks in rehab.