Travis (knee) was able to take ground balls and play catch Saturday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Travis is beginning to make progress following an operation in mid-June that cleaned up the cartilage in his knee. The second baseman still faces a lengthy road until he is back with Toronto, as he was placed on the 60-day DL after going down, but this was a key step in his recovery.
Travis (knee) was moved to the 60-day disabled list Friday.
It's entirely possible that Travis's knee injury will keep him out for the entire season, as he required surgery to clean out some of the cartilage in his knee. With the Blue Jays needing a 40-man roster spot for Ian Parmley, moving Travis to the 60-day disabled list was an easy choice.
General manager Ross Atkins said that the Jays "hope" to see Travis back on the playing field this season, but it isn't for sure. Atkins added that Travis will miss, on the low side, three months -- yet, made sure to note that nothing is concrete. Unfortunately for the second baseman, 2017 is shaping up to be another lost campaign due to health.
Travis (knee) underwent an operation to clean up the cartilage in his knee and is expected to be out "a while" according to manager John Gibbons, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
This situation certainly escalated quickly, as Travis was originally tabbed with just a bone bruise on his injured knee. The murky timeframe for his return is also fairly ominous, as his injury history certainly makes it hard to believe that he'll be back in action prior to the All-Star break, although no firm date has been provided yet. Look for Ryan Goins and Darwin Barney to operate in a platoon until Travis can play again.
Travis (wrist) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday with a bone bruise on his right knee, Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com reports.
This comes as a bit of a surprise, as it seemed like Travis had gotten his legs back under him following a few days off earlier in the month. The Blue Jays are reportedly concerned that there is cartilage damage as well, so they'll send their embattled second baseman in for further testing. No corresponding move has been made yet, but look for Ryan Goins, Darwin Barney and Chris Coghlan to jockey for playing time at the keystone while he's out.
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