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Top Triston Casas News

  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Taking slight swings

    Casas (ribs) has begun taking slight swings off a tee, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports.

    Casas experienced lingering pain in the rib area when rotating his torso, which delayed his progression. Once Casas' slight swings lead to normal swings in a live batting practice, the Red Sox should have a better gauge for his return. He had originally planned to be ready when eligible June 21, but that has been pushed back to early July.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Still not cleared to swing bat

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Tuesday that Casas (ribs) is fielding grounders but hasn't been cleared to swing a bat, Gabrielle Starr of the Boston Herald reports.

    Casas had said previously that he was hoping to begin swinging a bat this past weekend, but he's still not ready to take that step. The first baseman has been aiming for a return to Boston's active roster around July 1, but that date probably represents a best-case scenario since he still has numerous boxes he needs to check before being reinstated from the 60-day injured list.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Aims for return around July 1

    Casas (ribs) said Wednesday in an interview with NESN that he should be cleared to swing a bat before the end of the week.

    Casas noted earlier this week that he's still experiencing some discomfort in his ribs when he rotates, but the 24-year-old expects to progress enough in the coming days to try swinging a bat. The first baseman still has several hurdles to clear in the recovery process before being ready for game action, but he said in his interview that he's hoping to be activated from the 60-day injured list "right around July 1."

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Still not swinging bat

    Casas (ribs) still experiences pain when rotating and has not yet begun swinging a bat, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports.

    Casas has been taking grounders and hitting the weight room, but that he's not yet swinging a bat suggests he may not return June 21, the earliest he can be activated off the 60-day injured list. "Whenever he feels better about it and he doesn't feel pain, then [swinging] is the next step," manager Alex Cora said. "It's not about treatment or whatever. It just kind of had to heal on its own." While Casas has been sidelined, the Red Sox are getting by with Dominic Smith and Garrett Cooper at first base.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Taking grounders

    Casas (ribs) took grounders at first base Friday, Ian Browne of reports.

    Casas began throwing during Boston's previous homestand and has also been running and lifting. The next step for Casas will be swinging a bat, which requires rotation and puts more stress on the ribs and torso. No target date has been set for that yet.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Buoyed by progress

    Casas (rib) was upbeat Tuesday when discussing the progress he's made while on rehab, Ian Browne of reports.

    At the time of his injury, Casas was unsure how his body would respond, but he was enthused when discussing his recovery. "Everything is going well. I'm making a lot of progress," Casas said. "Starting a running progression here in the next couple of days. Should get to start throwing in two or three more days. I've already started lifting. Swinging is probably the last step, because that's a lot of rotation." Casas is currently on the 60-day injured list and isn't eligible to return until June 21. While he's been out, the Red Sox have filled first base with a rotation of players that includes Garrett Cooper, Dominic Smith and Romy Gonzalez.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Out until late June

    The Red Sox transferred Casas (ribs) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day injured list Saturday.

    Casas was diagnosed with a cartilage tear in his left ribcage Friday, and he won't be eligible to rejoin the Red Sox until at least June 21 as a result of his move to the 60-day IL. The Red Sox made the transaction to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Garrett Cooper, whom the team acquired from the Cubs on Saturday in exchange for cash considerations. Once he arrives in Boston, Cooper will likely take over as the team's everyday first baseman in Casas' stead. Whether Casas is able to return from the IL when first eligible in late June likely won't become clear until weeks down the road, when he could be ready to resume workouts.

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  • Red Sox's Triston Casas: Has torn cartilage in ribcage

    Casas revealed Friday that he's dealing with torn cartilage in his left ribcage, not a fractured rib as had been previously reported, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports.

    The injury is an unusual one and carries a wide range of potential recovery timelines, with Casas saying it could be anywhere from three to nine weeks before he's cleared for cardio and strengthening activities. Once that happens, he would presumably need a few more weeks before he's game-ready. Casas did add that he's very optimistic he'll be back at some point this season, it's just unclear when that might be. Bobby Dalbec is currently filling in at first base for the Red Sox.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 244 lbs
Birthplace: Miami, FL
Age: 24
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: L, R