George Springer Back In Action For Sunday's Game
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (ankle) is set to return to action for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. He will be in his usual leadoff spot for the game and he will be playing designated hitter with Raimel Tapia in center field. Springer suffered a mild ankle sprain during Friday's game. He wound up exiting the game and he was held out of action on Saturday. Springer is off to a great start to the 2022 season, slashing .278/.338/.522 with seven home runs, 18 RBI and 21 runs over 32 games.May 15 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
George Springer Dealing With A "Mild Ankle Sprain"
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer's ankle sprain that forced him to exit Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays is considered mild. According to Blue Jays manager Charles Montoya, the preliminary assessment is a "mild" ankle sprain for Springer. The 32-year-old won't be sent for any imaging and is considered day-to-day. He went 0-for-2 before leaving. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the situation, but Springer has avoided a significant injury. Raimel Tapia would see an uptick in playing time while Springer is sidelined.May 14 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
George Springer Sprains Ankle Friday
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer left Friday's game with a sprained ankle. Springer injured his ankle after falling awkwardly into the outfield wall at Tropicana Field after misplaying a triple off the bat of Brandon Lowe. He initially stayed in the game but left after a groundout in the third inning, ultimately going 0-for-2 before being replaced in center field by Raimel Tapia. There's no word yet on the severity of the injury but look for Toronto to update his status after the game on Friday night.May 13 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer