Cavin Bijo In a top three match on Friday, his left elbow was injured while diving. Blue Jays Tell Scott Mitchell of TSN And other reporters. It is not yet clear the extent of the injury. After being placed on the 10-day injury list due to back strain on August 3, Biggio has entered seven games of the minor league rehabilitation mission.
Between that injury and the early IL pit stop due to a sprained cervical ligament, it may not be surprising that Biggio struggled to a 0.215/.316/.350 slash in 290 appearances this season. For a player who seems to have become part of the young core of Jays, this is a difficult setback, because Biggio created a 118 wRC+ of over 695 PA in the 2019-20 season. An elbow injury may hinder Biggio’s chances to return to the major league lineup and save something from this season. How he will adapt to Toronto’s 2022 plan remains to be seen.
More information about other injuries surrounding baseball…
- The Royals Place left-handers Jack Brunz He was on the 10-day injury list due to left shoulder impingement syndrome (dating back to August 21).Correct Kyle Room Recovered from the 10-day IL to replace Brentz on the active roster. Brunz’s first MLB season was a successful season because the left-hander posted a 3.15 ERA and an above-average 27.4% strikeout rate in the first 54 1/3 innings of the major leagues. . The tough Brenz has caused some controversy as a potential closer to Kansas City’s future, although he has not solved the control problems in his career because Brenz has a 14.5% walk rate this season.
- Nico Horner Left his first rehabilitation game yesterday, despite Cub Tell Megan Montemuro of the Chicago Tribune Like other reporters, Horner did not suffer setbacks from his injured slash. Although it is not clear when Horner will officially resume the rehabilitation game, he is expected to resume baseball activities this week. 2021 is an injury-ridden season for Horner. He has only played 39 games due to a strained forearm and hamstring. In addition, this oblique strain has prevented him from July 29. Participate in the competition.
- White Sox Right-handed Jonathan Steaver Assistant General Manager Chris Gates told reporters (including James Fagan). It is expected that Stiever will be ready in time for the start of spring training. In the past two seasons, Steaver has shot 6 1/3 innings in three major league games, and he showed an ugly 14.21 ERA during his brief tenure in the major leagues. Due to the cancellation of the 2020 minor league season, Stiever jumped from the high A ball to the exhibition game. This season he has struggled to a 5.84 ERA in the 74 games of Triple-A Charlotte.