The Angels transferred Young (hip) to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday. Young was declared out for the season in early August as he will require surgery on both hips, so this was just a procedural move. It's unclear when exactly the 34-year-old will undergo the surgery, but he expects to be ready for spring training.
Young was diagnosed with labral tears in both hips, and he underwent surgery on his right hip Friday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Young was initially thought to be dealing a left hamstring strain, but he'll require surgery on both hips following this most recent diagnosis. He slashed .168/.252/.363 with six homers and 13 RBI through 56 games with the Angels in 2018. Young figures to be ready for the beginning of spring training.
Young remains out with a hamstring injury, contrary to previous reports, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The "Young" playing center field for the Angels on Wednesday is Eric Young, not Chris. Chris remains out with a hamstring injury. His return date is not clear.
Young (hamstring) returned from the disabled list Wednesday and will bat eighth and play center field against the Rays. Young ended up missing just shy of a month with a Grade 2 hamstring strain. Prior to the injury, the veteran was hitting a weak .168/.252/.363 through 56 games.
Young has been diagnosed with a Grade 2 strain in his left hamstring, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com The Angels sent Young for an MRI on Thursday, which revealed the severity of the hamstring injury that landed him on the DL earlier in the week. With this announcement, Young will likely be sidelined until after the All-Star break.