2B - CIN - IL10
The Reds placed Jonathan India back on the 10-day IL with a hamstring injury on Sunday.
India was activated earlier in the week but missed Saturday’s game with reported hamstring soreness. He had his hamstring evaluated on Sunday morning and was placed on the IL shortly thereafter. The fact that India is back on the injured list with the same soft tissue injury so soon after being activated is highly concerning, and managers should expect him to be out longer than the minimum stay. The Reds should hopefully provide more of a firm timetable soon.
2B Jonathan India is out of the lineup on Sunday. This is the second straight day he is out.
The Reds held India out Saturday for what they explained as a day to rest his hamstring that put him on the injured list. Being out 2 days in a row might suggest the injury is still lingering, so this is a situation that should be monitored going forward.
Jonathan India went 3-for-5 with a run scored on Friday against the Rockies.
India now has six hits in four games since returning from the IL, and looks fully healthy. He hasn't yet shown the power we saw last year, as he has just two extra base hits, both doubles. And his quality of contact ranks among the worst in MLB. But this is the sort of small sample data that fantasy managers can ignore, and they can trust that India will produce close to the level he showed in his rookie year.
The Reds reinstated Jonathan India from the 10-day IL on Tuesday. He is in the starting lineup against the Padres, batting first.
India hurt his hamstring on April 14th, and David Bell said that he would miss close to the minimum time. It’s been a slow start for the reigning NL ROY, as he’s slashing just .241/.267/.276. But he’s got a good slate of games coming up this week, including a series in Colorado, so don’t hesitate to put him right back in your lineup.
Jonathan India has a possibility to return from the injured list on Tuesday against the Padres.
India has been out since Apr. 14 with a hamstring strain, but it looks like the 2021 NL Rookie of the Year is eyeing a return this week. In seven games, the second baseman was hitting .241 with an OPS of .543, a disappointing start for a player with plenty of hype throughout the off-season.