Manager Terry Francona said Chisenhall (calf) is "not as close as we had hoped" in his return from calf issues, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Chisenhall has been on the disabled list since July 2 with a left calf strain. He's currently rehabbing at the team's spring training facilities in Arizona, though it doesn't sound like he's particularly close to rejoining the Indians.
Chisenhall (calf) has been running on a treadmill, taking swings off a tee and making throws on the field, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Chisenhall was placed on the disabled list July 2 due to a moderate left calf strain. Although his return is likely a ways off, it's good to see him participating in some baseball activities without issue. After being shifted to the 60-day DL, Chisenhall won't be activated until early September.
Chisenhall (calf) was moved to the 60-day disabled list prior to Friday's game. Chisenhall was transferred over in order to make room for Melky Cabrera on the active roster. Since Chisenhall was expected to miss around 8-to-10 weeks due to a Grade 2 left calf strain he suffered in early July, this move won't impact his timetable.
Chisenhall has been diagnosed with a Grade 3 left calf strain and is expected to miss 8-to-10 weeks, T.J. Zuppe of The Athletic Cleveland reports. This means he won't be able to return until around Sept. 1, at the earliest, so those in redraft leagues may be able to find a better use of a roster spot. Tyler Naquin has been filling in for Chisenhall against righties, while Brandon Guyer has been getting starts in right field against southpaws.
Chisenhall (calf) will miss "considerable time" with a left calf strain, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Chisenhall landed on the disabled list Wednesday after being a late scratch from Monday's lineup. The specifics of the injury remain unclear at the point, but it appears as though the 29-year-old will be sidelined through the end of July, at least.