Garcia (hamstring) took light batting practice Saturday, David Just of the Chicago Sun-TImes reports. It's encouraging to see the activity from Garcia, who has a Grade 2 strain of his left hamstring, but he still has some time before he's able to return to action.
Garcia is dealing with a Grade 2 hamstring strain and will be sidelined for 3-to-6 weeks as a result. Garcia suffered the injury during Monday's game against the Twins, and a subsequent MRI revealed the issue to be slightly more serious than originally anticipated. Depending on how his recovery progresses, Garcia could ultimately be sidelined through the remainder of the season. Adam Engel figures to man center field while Garcia is on the shelf.
Garcia left Monday's game against the Twins with a left hamstring strain and will be evaluated Tuesday in Chicago. It seems likely that this injury will require a stint on the disabled list. Adam Engel, who replaced Garcia in center field, figures to see the bulk of the starts up the middle while Garcia is on the shelf.
Garcia left Monday's game against the Twins with an apparent left hamstring injury, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. He was running down a Mitch Garver double in center field when he suffered the injury in the fourth inning. Adam Engel replaced him in center field. It is possible he will require a stint on the disabled list if it is indeed a hamstring strain.
Garcia is not in the lineup Saturday against the Royals. Garcia returned from a hamstring injury Friday but hasn't started either game since his return. Adam Engel has gotten the nod both times in center field and appears to be the starter there, at least for now.