CF,RF - TOR - IL10
Blue Jays OF George Springer recently underwent an MRI that revealed a low-grade quad strain.
Springer was working his way back from a Grade 2 oblique strain when he suffered the quad injury while running the bases on Tuesday. It's a tough setback for the former Astro, who has yet to debut with his new team. Fantasy managers obviously need to keep stashing him in an IL spot until Springer returns, which could happen sometime in late-April.
Blue Jays OF George Springer felt quad tightness while running the bases and has been sent for an MRI.
This is a brutal situation for fantasy managers who were expecting Springer to return by the end of this week. He has been rehabbing his Grade 2 oblique strain, but this latest quad issue could wind up being a significant setback. We should get the MRI results by the end of Wednesday.
Blue Jays OF George Springer (oblique) had a "lengthy" live batting practice session on Tuesday.
Springer continues to progress from a Grade-2 oblique strain. He has a chance to come off the 10-day IL as early as Thursday.
Blue Jays OF George Springer (oblique) is scheduled to take live batting practice on Tuesday.
Springer continues to progress from his Grade-2 oblique strain, which he suffered back in mid-March. He's eligible to come off the IL on Thursday and it sounds as if he'll have a realistic chance at doing so.
Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins says OF George Springer (oblique) is progressing well and has a real chance to return for the team's home opener on April 8th.
Springer continues to progress from his Grade 2 oblique strain and it sounds as if fantasy managers won't be without him for long. Randal Grichuk could see a decrease in playing time once he returns.