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Angels outfielder Jo Adell is back in the starting lineup Tuesday versus the Rays.
Adell was activated off of the 60-day injured list one Monday after missing significant time with an oblique injury and will return to the starting lineup one day later. The former top prospect has largely scuffled at the big-league level, hitting .215 with 16 homers, six stolen bases, and a .624 OPS across 571 career trips to the plate.
The Angels placed OF Jo Adell on the injured list with a left oblique strain.
Adell’s stint on the IL is retroactive to July 11. The 24-year-old tallied one home run, three RBI, and two runs scored in five games prior to the injury.
Jo Adell was removed from Saturday's game due to left oblique discomfort.
Adell said that he felt "something tug on that left side", and will undergo testing in the next few days. He will likely not be in the lineup Sunday, but luckily gets the All-Star break to recover. It's unclear if he will be forced to miss any games after the break.
The Angels optioned OF Jo Adell to Triple-A Salt Lake Saturday.
Adell was taking the roster spot of Hunter Renfroe, who returning from the paternity list Saturday. The 24-year-old went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in the lone game he played while he was up with the Angels.
Angels outfielder Jo Adell is in the starting lineup Thursday versus the Cubs.
Adell was promoted from the minors on Wednesday and will get into the starting lineup Thursday versus Cubs left-hander Drew Smyly. The former top prospect has scuffled to a .215 average with 15 homers in 161 MLB contests and hit .278 with 18 homers, four stolen bases, and a .958 OPS across 55 games at Triple-A this season.