Indians' manager Terry Francona said Sunday that Francisco Lindor
(17. 3. 2019, 21:56:24, rotoworld)
Indians' manager Terry Francona said Sunday that Francisco Lindor (calf) has yet to be ruled out for Opening Day.
It sounds like a decision is going to be made in the next few days whether or not Lindor will break camp with the team. Francona plans to sit down with the superstar shortstop and the medical team to make that determination. Even if he isn't ready for Opening Day, Lindor should only require a short stay on the injured list and be ready to return in early April.
Injury Notes: Lindor, Gallo, C. Seager, Ellsbury, Rusin
(17. 3. 2019, 19:35:01, MLBTradeRumors)
Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor suffered a right calf strain in February, thus placing his season-opening status in doubt. However, the Indians havenâ€™t yet made a decision on that front. Manager Terry Francona said Sunday (via Mandy Bell of MLB.com) the Indians will determine in the coming days whether Lindor will break camp with the teamâ€¦ (více...)
Playing in another minors game
(14. 3. 2019, 18:14:43, RotoWire)
Lindor (calf) is playing in another minor-league game Thursday, but is not yet cleared to run at full speed, T.J. Zuppe of The Athletic reports.
Zuppe notes that Lindor has gotten quite good at briskly jogging in the field, and it is encouraging that he is right back out there after participating in a similar game Wednesday.
Francisco Lindor (calf) is scheduled to play three innings in
(14. 3. 2019, 18:14:39, rotoworld)
Francisco Lindor (calf) is scheduled to play three innings in a "B" game Thursday.
Lindor still hasn't been cleared to run full speed, but he's jogging and fielding grounders and swinging with no limitations. The star shortstop might miss the first week or two of the 2019 regular season as he finishes his rehabilitation from a right calf strain, but he's still worthy of a first-round selection in all standard fantasy drafts.
Lindor to play in minor game as recovers from injury
(13. 3. 2019, 21:00:02, Washington Times)
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) - Slowly and sensibly, Francisco Lindor is working his way back onto the field. The Indians' three-time All-Star shortstop was scheduled to play in a controlled minor league game on Wednesday, a major step in his recovery from a calf strain that has sidelined him for weeks. ... (více...)