Arroyo will be out for the rest of the 2017 season after suffering a broken left hand in early July, Amy Gutierrez of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Arroyo was expected to be out until the beginning of September, but with the minor-league season winding to an end, the club will shut him down and let the prospect rest up before winter ball. During 34 games with the Giants this season he hit .192 with three home runs and 14 RBI, but dominated the competition at the Triple-A level, slashing .396/.461/.604 with Sacramento.
Arroyo, who exited Saturday's game with Triple-A Sacramento after being hit by a pitch, has been diagnosed with a broken left hand, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Manager Bruce Bochy reported Sunday that Arroyo will likely be sidelined until at least September with the fractured hand. The 22-year-old has had plenty of success at Triple-A this season, posting an incredible .400/.465/.611 slash line over 101 plate appearances, but struggled in his 34-game stint with the Giants earlier this year, as he hit just .192 over 135 plate appearances.
Arroyo exited Saturday's contest with Triple-A Sacramento after he was hit in the hand by a pitch. Arroyo was activated from the 7-day disabled list earlier in the day after missing more than two weeks with a wrist injury, but he was forced to make an early exit in the fifth inning. The 22-year-old phenom is hitting .404/.459/.618 in Triple-A this season and will likely receive further evaluations over the next couple days to determine the extent of the injury. Consider him day-to-day for now.
Arroyo (wrist) was activated from the 7-day disabled list Saturday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It appears Arroyo is past the wrist injury that has kept him out since June 15. The 22-year-old will head back to Sacramento, where he is slashing .404/.459/.618 with four homers in 23 games. With the Giants still searching for answers, Arroyo could eventually return to the big club if he continues to dominate at Triple-A.
Arroyo (wrist) was placed on the 7-day disabled list at Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. It sounds like Arroyo avoided structural damage to the wrist after he was hit by a pitch Wednesday, but since he's still feeling sore, Sacramento elected to move him to the DL to create some more roster flexibility. Arroyo served as the Giants' primary third baseman for much of May when injuries gutted the roster, but with the big club enjoying better health among its regular infield options the last few weeks, a return to the majors doesn't seem imminent for the 22-year-old.