Travis will undergo an MRI on his left knee Wednesday. Manager John Gibbons said Travis is "not expected to play again this year" due to knee and hamstring soreness, though neither injury is considered serious, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports. Travis hasn't played since Friday because of these injuries, though it's likely that the club wanted to evaluate its prospects anyway. More should be known regarding his condition following Wednesday's MRI, but it doesn't sound like his availability for the start of spring training will be affected.
Travis is out of the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Rays. Travis' playing time since the start of September has been inconsistent as the Blue Jays look to evaluate their younger talent, and he has been on the bench for three of the last four games. Richard Urena starts at second base again and will bat ninth.
Travis is not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Rays. Travis will head to the bench for the second time in three games. Richard Urena will make another start at second base.
Travis is not in the lineup Sunday against the Indians, Hazel Mae of Sportsnet reports. This marks the third game in a row Travis will not start. It's a bit of a confusing decision, as the oft-injured second baseman actually has an .809 OPS over the past 14 games. Regardless of the rationale, Yangervis Solarte will man the keystone in his return from the disabled list to replace him.
Travis is not in the lineup versus the Indians on Saturday, Hazel Mae of Sportsnet.ca reports. Travis will remain on the bench for the second straight game after starting nine of the previous 10 contests. In his place, Richard Urena will start at second base and bat eighth.