Choice went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in his return from the disabled list Tuesday. Choice had been on the DL since May 6 due to an abductor strain, but he was able to return in a big way after about two and a half weeks on the shelf. Barring any more injuries, the 26-year-old should be able to slot back into his regular role as an outfielder for Triple-A Columbus.
Choice was placed on the disabled list Friday with a right abductor strain. Less than a month after being placed on the disabled list with a hamstring strain, Choice's luck isn't getting any better this season. Prior to this new injury, the outfielder was batting .257 with four doubles through 10 games, although this injury could keep him on the shelf for a decent chunk of time considering how much his legs have already taken a beating this season between this and the aforementioned hamstring injury.
Choice is slashing .257/.278/.371 with four doubles through 10 games this season. Choice started off the season hitless through his first three games, but has come on nicely and is currently in the midst of a four-game hit streak. He'll continue to act as organizational depth in the outfield for the Indians going forward.
Choice was placed on the Triple-A disabled list Monday with a right hamstring injury. Choice left Sunday's game versus Indianapolis in the 11th inning after chasing down a triple in the outfield. It's unclear if that's the play that caused the injury or if it developed earlier in the contest, but the outfielder will be on the shelf for a brief period of time. His return date should become clearer once he begins testing his hamstring again.
Choice was assigned to minor league camp Friday. Choice was among five players reassigned Friday, and he'll likely head to Triple-A Columbus, though the team is yet to specify the level a which he'll begin the season.