George Springer has to wait a little longer to make him Toronto Blue Jays‘debut.
According to SportsNet’s Shi Davidi, the star outfielder underwent an MRI after feeling quadriceps tension while running the bass during a live batting practice on Tuesday.
Springer participated in live batting practice as part of a rehabilitation from grade 2 diagonal tension. He started the 2021 season with a 10-day injured list. The 31-year-old is eligible to return to the team on Thursday, but his recent injuries seem to further delay his debut.
After spending seven seasons at the Houston Astros, Springer signed a six-year, $ 150 million deal with the Blue Jays during the off-season.
Toronto is tied to AL East’s lead with a 3-2 record and will look for another win against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday.
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George Springer’s Blue Jays undergo MRI on quadriceps
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