Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco (knee) is back in the lineup Sunday against the Cubs. After sitting out Saturday with the minor knee issue, Polanco will resume leadoff duties and man right field. It's possible that any lingering soreness may result in Polanco acting less aggressively on the basepaths, but it shouldn't inhibit him to the point that fantasy owners will want to consider benching the 24-year-old.
Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco is not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Cubs. Polanco still isn't completely healthy with a knee that continues to slow him down. That said, the Bucs could be going with Travis Snider in right field on Saturday because he's gone 5 for 11 with two homers off starter Jason Hammel.
Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco is back in the lineup and leading off Friday against the host Cubs. The 24 year old had to miss a start due to his knee acting up, but his return will allow Pittsburgh to run out what figures to be its usual lineup against left-handed starters going forward.
Pirates right fielder Gregory Polanco (knee) is out of the lineup Thursday in Colorado but should be back in action Friday for the first game of a critical series against the host Cubs, per Stephen Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He tweaked his balky left knee on an awkward slide into second base Wednesday, but the injury is not believed to be serious.
Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco apparently injured his knee while sliding into second base late in Wednesday's game. He stayed in the game but when he came around to score he was noticeably laboring. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Pirates sit Polanco with the quick turnaround time for Thursday's afternoon contest. Fortunately, the injury doesn't appear to be serious.
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