Sports Yasmani Grandal out 4-6 weeks with torn tendon in left knee

05:40  07 july  2021
05:40  07 july  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Getty. GLENDALE, Ariz. — White Sox catcher Yasmani Grandal twisted his right knee running during drills at spring training and will miss the team’s first two Cactus League games Sunday and Monday, manager Tony La Russa said Saturday. Grandal has not participated in workouts the last three days. Mike Wright starts the ( six -inning) opener Sunday against the Brewers, with Bennett Sousa, Kade McClure, Jacob Lindgren and Danny Dopico also slated. After Alex McRae starts Monday, the Sox will begin rolling out some regular starters, with Lucas Giolito slated Tuesday against the

Yasmani Grandal finally made it into a Cactus League game Saturday as he continues to recover from an early spring knee injury. Now the focus turns to getting ready for the regular season, which starts in two and a half weeks . Grandal 's a veteran, lauded as one of the best catchers in baseball, so there shouldn't be too much concern about his ability to get ready for Opening Day on April 1. But still, he's focused on making sure he gets enough practice in to feel comfortable for the start of the regular season.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Catcher Yasmani Grandal was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday by the Chicago White Sox with a torn tendon in his left knee.

Grandal was injured during an at-bat in Monday's loss in Minnesota. Chicago estimated Grandal will be out approximately four to six weeks.

“It was a twist that he made as he made his swing," White Sox manager Tony La Russa said. “Something got caught. It didn’t free up to make a turn on it. It got caught and something popped. I’m anxious to get a full diagnosis. He’s on his way to Chicago, maybe in Chicago already, and we’ll know more tomorrow.”

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Grandal was hitting just .188 as Chicago's starting catcher, but he had a .388 on-base percentage in 63 games to go with 14 home runs and 38 RBIs.

Seby Zavala, 27, was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte and was with the team for Tuesday's game in Minnesota. Zack Collins started Tuesday at catcher.

“He was as productive as any position player we have for the last month or so," La Russa said of Grandal. "We saw Seby in spring training. I saw him for the first time. He’s well known. He’ll do a good job.”

Zavala was hitting .178 with five homers and 15 RBIs for Charlotte. He played in five games with the White Sox in 2019 and was 1 for 12.

Grandal's absence adds to Chicago's injury woes. Second baseman Nick Madrigal is out for the season after hamstring surgery. Left fielder Eloy Jiménez has missed the entire season with a torn left pectoral tendon and center fielder Luis Robert played 25 games before a right hip flexor strain sent him to the injured list.

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GLENDALE, Ariz. – Yasmani Grandal has been out of action since twisting his right knee running in drills Wednesday, and the White Sox catcher will not take part in either of the team’s first two Cactus League contests. “He's got a little inflammation in his knee ,” said manager Tony La Russa. “So, we're going to hold him out for a couple days, so it works itself out .” The switch-hitting Grandal is an integral part of the White Sox push toward a second straight postseason appearance, both at the plate and behind the plate. Zack Collins will start behind the plate for Sunday’s game against the Brewers at

31. Grandal has until the third day after the World Series to decide on the option, and the Brewers have until the fifth day. He spent the past four seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, who won the last two NL pennants but lost in the World Series each time. The Brewers extended the Dodgers to Game 7 of Left -handed hitters have flourished at Miller Park - Christian Yelich became an All-Star, NL batting champion and NL MVP last year after he was acquired from Miami. ''I think about 85 percent of all major league ballparks would have been good for me, as long as it wasn't Petco Park or Dodger Stadium

Relievers Aaron Bummer, Evan Marshall and Jimmy Cordero, outfielder Adam Engel and infielder Jake Lamb are also on the injured list.

Jiménez and Robert have begun baseball-related activity. La Russa said Engel could return on Tuesday.

“It’s only as difficult as you allow it to be," La Russa said on the string of injuries. "We control our minds and our hearts. If we want to act frustrated and discouraged, like we’ve been unlucky, then we’re going to lose an edge. If we remind ourselves, you look around and Minnesota doesn’t have (Byron) Buxton. Everybody’s getting hurt. It’s how you handle it.”


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