Rosario (triceps) started at DH and went 0-for-3 in Thursday's spring training game.
Rosario still doesn't know when he will be able to take the field but remains optimistic that he will get back to full health prior to Opening Day. The outfielder has been dealing with mild tendinitis in his right triceps for the past 10 days and hadn't tossed the ball around at all until Wednesday.
Rosario still doesn't know when he will be able to take the field but remains optimistic that he will get back to full health prior to Opening Day. The outfielder has been dealing with mild tendinitis in his right triceps for the past 10 days and hadn't tossed the ball around at all until Wednesday's throwing program commenced. There should be a better gauge of his return to left field after a couple more days of throwing.
Rosario (triceps) is scheduled to resume a throwing program Wednesday, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Rosario has been sidelined since March 4 with tendinitis in his right triceps. He was cleared to resume throwing last week, but persistent symptoms prompted the team to shut him down shortly thereafter. Rosario now appears to be symptom-free, and barring any setbacks once he picks up his throwing program, the hope is that he'll return to game action as the team's designated hitter Thursday. The Twins don't seem worried about his status for Opening Day at this point, though this will certainly be a situation to monitor as he continues to ramp up his activity in the coming weeks.
Rosario is still dealing with tendinitis in his right triceps, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Rosario has been sidelined since March 4 with the issue, with general manager Thad Levine acknowledging the outfielder's recovery has moved slower than initially anticipated. The Minnesota training staff cleared Rosario to resume throwing Friday, but ended up shutting the 26-year-old back down when the tendinitis symptoms were still present. The Twins aren't yet fearful that Rosario will miss Opening Day, but he'll need to get back on the field in short order to give the team some peace of mind.
Rosario's triceps is feeling better Friday and he is cleared for all baseball activity, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Rosario has been dealing with mild tendinitis in his right triceps for the past few days. It's unclear when he'll return to the lineup, but with him already being cleared to resume baseball activities, he should have enough time to be ready to go by Opening Day.
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|2013||AA-New Britain Rock Cat||70||289||40||82||19||3||4||38||21||67||7||4||.330||.412||.284|
|2013||AFA-Fort Myers Miracle||52||207||40||68||13||5||6||35||17||29||3||6||.377||.527||.329|
|2014||AA-New Britain Rock Cat||79||316||40||75||20||3||8||36||17||68||8||4||.277||.396||.237|
|2014||AFA-Fort Myers Miracle||8||30||5||9||0||0||0||4||4||5||1||1||.382||.300||.300|
|2015||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||23||95||11||23||2||1||3||12||5||17||1||1||.280||.379||.242|