Tulowitzki (calf) remains at home while considering his options, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Tulowitzki recently hit a snag in his rehab due to a lingering calf issue. The veteran likely joined the Yankees in hopes of establishing himself as a useful piece prior to Didi Gregorius' return from Tommy John surgery, but he appeared in just five games before going down with an injury of his own. With Gregorius now back from the injured list, there's certainly no starting role available for Tulowitzki and possibly no bench role either. It's unclear if Tulowitzki's options extend all the way to retirement or simply to asking for his release to find a new opportunity. The former can't be ruled out, despite the fact that he's just 34 years old, as he's been battered by injuries in recent years, appearing in just 71 games over the last three seasons.
Tulowitzki (calf) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday. Tulowitzki will take the place of Didi Gregorius (elbow) on the 60-day IL with Gregorius making his return to the 25-man roster after Tommy John surgery last year. Tulowitzki was sent home to take some days off from his rehab earlier this week and doesn't seem particularly close to returning to the majors.
Tulowitzki (calf) has been given a few days off from his rehab, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports. Tulowitzki seemed to be nearing a rehab assignment, but his progress has apparently stalled. Manager Aaron Boone told reporters the Yankees have sent the shortstop home for a few days to rest his lingering calf issue. Tulowitzki appeared in just five games this season before going down with injury, and this latest development indicates he's still a ways off from a return to the field.
Tulowitzki (calf) is "pretty much over the injury," and the team is now discussing when he will begin a rehab assignment,Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Tulowitzki took batting practice and fielded grounders about two weeks ago and has had no further setbacks. As a result, he should begin a rehab assignment soon, which will clarify his timeline for a return to the active roster.
Tulowitzki (calf) took batting practice and fielded grounders Monday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. Tulowitzki has resumed baseball activities after being briefly shut down following a minor setback during a rehab game. While this is a step in the right direction for the veteran shortstop, he remains without a timetable for his return.