Only one day after returning from the list of the wounded ten days, Jesse Winker He returns to IL due to the same intercostal strain that kept him out of action for over a month. The Reds have announced that both Winker and his teammate are defensive players Shoujo Akiyama She was placed in the IL for 10 days, with Akiyama suffering from a strain in his right hamstring. The two open list positions will be filled by the defending player T.G. Friedel (whose knot was chosen from Triple-A), right Art Warren, which was activated from 60 day IL.
Winker had a heart attack Prosdar Graterol Field in the eighth inning of last night’s 3-1 win over the Dodgers, he had to be ejected from the game for a pinch runner. Reds Manager David Bell shown That swing before HBP may have been the reason for Winker’s comeback, but whatever the reason, he will miss and deny time again given this crucial stretch of the Reds season.
Given the timing, it is certainly possible that Winker will not play again in 2021. He will be out for at least the next 10 days, and even if he is able to come back after this second intercostal problem, the Reds may not want to risk further injury if the team is already out. of the runner-up race. This is the third time Winker has been technically sidelined due to this intercostal injury, as he missed a few matches prior to his first assignment in IL in an effort to resolve the issue through some rest, before being handicapped again upon returning to play.
It’s a terrible break for both Winker and the Reds, as Winker’s racket is a major reason why Cincinnati is in the post-season race. Winker has 24 home runs and slashes .305/.394/.556 on 485 board appearances, with 151 wRC+ ranking fifth among all players with at least 450 PA.
Winker and Akiyama join forces Tyler Naken (bruised ribs) on the IL, leaving the skinny Reds suddenly on the field. Aristides Aquinas And Max Schrock They served as a left field platoon in the absence of Wynker, with Dillino Deshields Getting to work with Naquin and Akiyama in the field center. With Akiyama now out, that opens the door for Friedel to make his major league debut as the Reds play some of their most important games of the season.
Friedel joined the Reds as a non-certified free agent in 2016, and worked his way through the system all the way to Triple A this year, hitting 264/.357/.422 with 12 in 448 PA. American baseball ranked Friedl at number 22 on their mid-season list of the 30 best chances in the Cincinnati ranch system. Friedel has experience in all three outside positions and has spent the bulk of his time in the center, so he can basically slide straight into Akiyama’s place as a left-handed striking sequel to the DeShields.
Warren’s return may also be a no-brainer for a Reds eager for new weapons. Warren clocked 1.88 ERA over 14 1/3 innings before being put on the injury list due to a slash strain on July 15. The right arm has posted some big strike numbers since the start of the 2018 minor league season, which has racked up a profit A quick look at the Mariners’ roster during the 2019 season. Rangers acquired Warren from the Mariners after last season, then Cincinnati acquired Warren in a business deal with the Texans this past January.
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