Dyson will undergo sports hernia surgery and is out for the rest of the 2017 season, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Dyson has played in just two games since Aug. 18 thanks to a nagging groin injury. In the time that Dyson has been battling the ailment, Guillermo Heredia has drawn the bulk of the starts in center field for the Mariners, and he'll do so for the rest of the season. Dyson will close out 2017 with a .251/.324/.350 line built over 111 games.
Dyson (groin) may not be healthy enough to play again this season, Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Dyson hasn't been in the lineup since aggravating his strained right groin muscle Sept. 2 in a game against the Athletics. The 33-year-old outfielder took part in on-field drills Friday and reported feeling continued soreness in his ailing groin. According to Dutton's report, it seems increasingly likely that Dyson will not play again this season as his injury lingers. Though nothing is certain at this point, fantasy owners who have been utilizing the speedy center fielder for his base-stealing abilities may need to begin looking elsewhere for a consistent source of steals over the season's final weeks.
Dyson (groin) is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Angels. Dyson remains on the bench for a sixth straight contest as he continues to nurse a recurring groin injury. The 33-year-old has appeared in just two games since Aug. 16 due to a pair of groin injuries. His status for Sunday's series finale remains unclear. Guillermo Heredia will continue to fill in as Seattle's primary center fielder with Dyson sidelined.
Dyson (groin) is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Astros. Dyson will spend a fourth straight contest on the bench as he continues to rest his ailing groin. The 33-year-old has been bothered by groin discomfort since mid-August, and while he's expected to return to the lineup soon, it appears the issue could stick with him the rest of the season. In his place, Guillermo Heredia is starting in center field, batting ninth.
Dyson tweaked his groin injury in Saturday's game against the Athletics and is out of the lineup for the series finale Sunday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Dyson had just been activated from the 10-day disabled list Friday after recovering from a groin issue, but he lasted just two games before succumbing to a setback. Mariners manager Scott Servais suggested that Dyson likely won't play in the next two games, but he's hopeful the outfielder will be good to go for Tuesday's matchup with the Astros, in what will mark Justin Verlander's Houston debut.
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