DUNEDIN, Fla. – The Toronto Blue Jays put third baseman Cavan Biggio on the 10-day injured checklist with a cervical backbone ligament sprain on Saturday.
Toronto supervisor Charlie Montoyo expects Biggio to be able to return when eligible to return off the IL.
“It’s actual nagging,” Montoyo stated. “He will get unfastened after which he’s fantastic however then the extra he performs it will get too uncomfortable. The very best factor for him is simply take the ten days so we are able to eliminate that ache and be prepared to return again after 10 days.”
Biggio was out of the beginning lineup Friday evening with neck soreness however did pinch hit.
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Montoyo stated heart fielder George Springer, out with a proper quadriceps pressure, is operating sprints at round 50-60 per cent. Springer might want to run the bases and exit on a minor league rehab task earlier than rejoining the staff.
Reliever Anthony Castro (proper forearm pressure) and infielder Joe Panik (strained left calf) have been each reinstated from the 10-day IL, and right-hander Ty Tice was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo.
Left-hander Anthony Kay and right-hander Jeremy Beasley have been optioned to Buffalo.
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