Rosario (quadriceps) expects to have a normal offseason, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports. Rosario played in just eight games over the final month of the season due to a nagging quadriceps issue, hitting just .219/.219/.406 over that stretch. Fortunately, the outfielder hasn't had any persistent trouble with the injury this offseason, and barring any setbacks, he's expected to enter spring training at full health. Rosario hit .288/.323/.479 with 24 homers and eight steals in 138 games.
Rosario (quadriceps) will not play again this season, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The decision was expected after an MRI showed inflammation in Rosario's right quadriceps last week. He'll finish the year with a .288/.323/.479 slash line, 24 homers and eight steals in 138 games. Robbie Grossman should continue in his expanded role in Rosario's absence.
Rosario is likely done for the season after his MRI showed inflammation in his right quadriceps, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. This doesn't come as a surprise for the Twins, as Rosario was expected to be shut down for the year after suffering the injury. If he's indeed done for the season, he'll finish with a .288/.323/.479 slash line through 138 games.
Rosario was sent back to Minnesota for an MRI on his right quad and is unlikely to return to the field in 2018, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rosario missed six games near the beginning of this month due to a right quad strain and appeared to aggravate the injury while chasing a flyball Monday. The results of his upcoming MRI should shed light onto the severity of this issue, but there's no upside to rushing him back for a few games, so he will likely be shut down even if he receives clean test results. In his absence, look for Robbie Grossman to get an increase in playing time.
Rosario (quad) is out of the lineup against Detroit on Tuesday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rosario will remain on the bench for the second straight day after aggravating a right quadriceps injury during Monday's outing. He should be considered day-to-day, though manager Paul Molitor has yet to comment on a timetable for his return to the lineup. In his place, Robbie Grossman will start in left field and bat cleanup.