Semien had the cast on his injured wrist removed Friday, Jane Lee of MLB.com reports.
Semien will work with trainers over the next few days to determine his timetable for getting back into baseball activity. He will likely require a substantial rehab assignment before he can return to the diamond, so it would still be a surprise if he suits up for the Athletics before the end of May.
Semien (wrist) remains without a timetable for having his cast removed, John Hickey of the East Bay Times reports.
Semien is scheduled to be reevaluated again in early June, at which point the Athletics could have a better idea of when he'll be able to take the cast off and resume baseball activities. For now, it looks like Semien will be limited to cardio workouts while he waits for the wrist to heal up. Adam Rosales has been serving as the Athletics' everyday shortstop while Semien has been sidelined.
Semien (hand) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Thursday.
This doesn't come as too much of a surprise, as the 26-year-old just had six screws inserted into his scaphoid bone to help repair a fracture. Semien will be reevaluated in six weeks, at which point there may be a clearer timetable for his return. He is eligible to come of the DL in mid-June, though it remains uncertain whether he'll be activated then. In the meantime, Adam Rosales and Chad Pinder will continue to fill in at shortstop in his stead.
Semien (wrist) underwent successful surgery Tuesday, Jane Lee of MLB.com reports.
Semien's surgery involved getting six screws inserted into his scaphoid bone to repair his fracture. As was previously reported, the 26-year-old will be reevaluated in six weeks. Until then, Adam Rosales and Chad Pinder will handle the shortstop duties.
Semien will have surgery on his right wrist after a CT scan revealed a fracture of the scaphoid bone, Jane Lee of MLB.com reports.
Although the shortstop was initially diagnosed with a bone contusion, further tests revealed troubling news for Semien and the A's, as the 26-year-old's ailing wrist will require surgery to heal. There is currently no timetable for his recovery, though he won't even be reevaluated for another six weeks after the procedure, so it could be awhile until he is back with the A's. Adam Rosales has been filling in at shortstop during his absence and could see the majority of reps, though Chad Pinder was also called up as middle infield depth and could get a look as well.
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