Rosario (eye) was activated from the injured list Monday. Rosario appeared in eight games with Triple-A Gwinnett as part of a rehab assignment, and he is now ready to rejoin the big club. Rosario had a rough go of it at the plate early on, but Atlanta is hoping that the eye procedure he underwent several weeks back will help get him on the right path.
Rosario (eye) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Gwinnett on Saturday. Rosario had his vision re-evaluated Thursday, and the exams apparently went well since he'll return to game action in the minors Saturday. The 30-year-old has been sidelined since late April and will presumably require several rehab games prior to rejoining the major-league club.
Rosario (eye) will have his vision re-evaluated Thursday and is optimistic that he's close to beginning a rehab assignment, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Rosario has been on the injured list since late April due to blurred vision and swelling in his right retina, but he was cleared to resume hitting and throwing in early June. While the 30-year-old's status depends on Thursday's examination, he appears to be trending toward a return from the injured list in late June or early July.
Rosario (eye) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Sunday. He has been hitting in the cage and throwing in Atlanta, which is a good sign since he was recently still trying to regain full vision. Rosario won't be eligible to return until late June at the earliest.
Rosario (eye) has been hitting in the cage and throwing in Atlanta, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. This is a pretty big step, as he was still trying to regain full vision in his right eye 10 days ago. Rosario is without a timetable for his return and will probably head out on a rehab assignment once he is fully cleared.
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