Galvis (quadriceps) is expected to begin a minor-league rehab assignment within the next few days and is tracking toward an early August return from the 10-day injured list, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Baltimore has yet to formally outline a rehab schedule for Galvis, but he'll presumably report to Triple-A Norfolk and play a few games with the affiliate before being activated. While Galvis has been sidelined since late June with the right quad strain, Ramon Urias has taken over as Baltimore's everyday shortstop.
Galvis (quad) will begin rehabbing in Sarasota shortly after the All-Star break and the team hopes to have him back by the end of July, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Galvis has been out since the end of June with the injury. The original timetable given was between one and two months, so the current hope is that he will be able to return on the earlier side of that estimate. Prior to the injury, Galvis was hitting .249/.306/.414 across 273 plate appearances.
Manager Brandon Hyde said Sunday that Galvis (quad) is expected to be out between one and two months, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. Galvis was placed on the 10-day IL after being diagnosed with a right quad strain earlier Sunday. The injury is evidently rather serious, as Galvis figures to miss all of July and possibly a large portion of August. Ramon Urias and Domingo Leyba figure to see the bulk of the time at shortstop during Galvis' absence.
Galvis was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right quad strain Sunday. The move comes as little surprise, as manager Brandon Hyde said the injury appeared to be relatively serious after the infielder exited Saturday's loss to Toronto. It's not entirely clear how long Galvis will be sidelined, but he seems likely to be on the shelf for the next couple weeks and possibly through the All-Star break. Ramon Urias was recalled in a corresponding roster move.
Manager Brandon Hyde said following Saturday's loss to the Blue Jays that the club is waiting on the results of an MRI on Galvis' injured right quad, Steve Melewski of MASNSports.com reports. Galvis exited the game and was seen leaving the field in a cart. The skipper didn't seem optimistic, saying he's concerned that issue could be on the more-serious side. The results of the exam will ultimately determine the next steps for Galvis, but an IL stint appears likely at this point.