Cooper (wrist) is hopeful that he'll be healthy by spring training, but is yet to resume any "functional activity," according to President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill, Wells Dusenbury of The Sun Sentinel reports. Cooper underwent surgery on his right wrist tendon in late August after hitting the disabled list with a sprain in July. The 27-year-old still has a few months to get back into the swing of things, though his availability this spring is vital in securing an Opening Day roster spot. In just 14 games with the big-league team last year, he went 7-for-33 with two RBI.
Cooper (wrist) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports. Cooper will be eligible to return from the disabled list Sept. 23, though his season is likely over after he underwent surgery on his wrist at the end of August. This move frees up a roster spot for Tyler Kinley, who had his contract selected from the minors Tuesday.
Cooper underwent successful surgery on his right wrist tendon Friday, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports. Cooper remains without a concrete timetable for his recovery after undergoing this procedure, but given that he hasn't played since July 20, his 2018 campaign would seem to be over. The 27-year-old hit .212 with two RBI in 14 games for the Marlins this season.
Cooper will undergo surgery to repair his right wrist tendon Friday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Cooper has been out since late July after spraining his right wrist. The recovery time for the surgery is not yet clear.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly acknowledged Sunday that Cooper could require season-ending surgery on his right wrist, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. The wrist has been an issue for Cooper since he was hit by a pitch in the Marlins' second game of the season March 30. He was sidelined for a little over two months before rejoining the Marlins in July, only to aggravate the injury and return to the DL just over two weeks later. With the first baseman/outfielder suffering another setback last week in his fifth rehab appearance at High-A Jupiter, it appears the Marlins could be inclined to have Cooper address the issue once and for all by having him undergo surgery. He's scheduled to visit a hand specialist in the coming days before a decision on a procedure is made.