Quinn underwent an MRI on Monday that revealed a ruptured left Achilles tendon, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Quinn will require surgery later this week to address the issue, and the injury carries an expected recovery time of 9-12 months. As a result, the 28-year-old will miss the rest of the year and could also be sidelined to begin the 2022 campaign. Matt Joyce could continue to see a slight increase in playing time going forward.
Quinn (Achilles) was placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
The Phillies were holding out hope that the injury to Quinn wouldn't be too serious, but that does not appear to be the case. The exact details regarding the injury have not been revealed, but Quinn will be sidelined until the end of July at the bare minimum. Veteran outfielder Matt Joyce could get more playing time moving forward.
Quinn left Saturday's game against the Rays with a left Achilles injury, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Quinn stumbled rounding third base and had to be carried off the field. The severity of the injury is not yet clear, but it's easy to fear the worst given Quinn's long injury history. Matt Joyce replaced him Saturday and could see more playing time going forward with Bryce Harper (forearm) also out.
Quinn had to be carried off the field with an apparent left leg injury Saturday against the Rays, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Quinn fell while rounding third base, and while he was able to score a game-tying run, the issue seems like a potentially worrisome one. The Phillies have yet to announce his specific diagnosis or give a return timeline, but given the outfielder's inability to walk off under his own power and his extensive injury history, there's a chance he misses an extended period.
The Phillies reinstated Quinn (finger) from the 10-day injured list Tuesday.
Quinn returns after being sidelined for three weeks with a lacerated right index finger. He figures to receive plenty of playing time in the outfield, as Bryce Harper (forearm) was put on the IL on Tuesday.
Quinn (finger) will be placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
The 27-year-old will need some time to recover after receiving nine stitches for a laceration on his right index finger after being struck while attempting a bunt Tuesday. Odubel Herrera is poised to see most of the time in center field for the Phillies with Quinn sidelined.
Quinn had X-rays come back negative and received nine stitches on his right index finger after exiting Tuesday's game versus Milwaukee, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The 27-year-old suffered the injury on a bunt attempt during the second inning and initially stayed in the game, but he was replaced by Odubel Herrera during the following frame. Quinn should be considered day-to-day for now, but a trip to the injured list could be in store if the stitches affect his ability to throw the ball or grip a bat.
Quinn went 1-for-3 with a triple and an RBI in Monday's win over the Brewers.
Quinn drove in Philadelphia's second run of the game in the second inning with a triple to left center field, marking both his second triple and RBI of the young season. The 27-year-old is off to a slow start at the dish, going 5-for-43 over his first 24 games, but he's showing signs of life by registering a base knock in three of his last four matchups.
The Phillies reinstated Quinn from the COVID-19 injured list Sunday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Quinn was on the IL for just one day, which suggests that he was sidelined due to the side effects of a vaccine shot or due to contact tracing rather than because of a positive COVID-19 test. He'll assume the 26-man active roster spot of outfielder Mickey Moniak, who was optioned to the Phillies' alternate training site in a corresponding move.
Quinn was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Saturday.
It's unclear when Quinn is expected to return, as the Phillies didn't reveal whether he'd tested positive for the virus himself or was merely being placed on the list due to contact tracing. Mickey Moniak was recalled in a corresponding move.
Quinn went 1-for-4 with a stolen base in Thursday's loss to the Cardinals. He was also caught stealing.
Quinn got the start in right field in place of Bryce Harper (face). It was Quinn's first start since April 24. Considering that he's batting .083 with a .344 OPS and is only 4-for-7 on the basepaths, the Phillies will likely continue to limit Quinn's exposure even with Mickey Moniak having been optioned.
Quinn is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Giants.
Quinn will take a seat for the third straight game against a right-handed starting pitcher, which seemingly signals that he's viewed as a short-side platoon partner in center field for Mickey Moniak. Neither Quinn (.284 OPS) nor Moniak (.143 OPS) have provided much from an offensive standpoint since Adam Haseley (personal) was placed on the restricted list, so it may not be long before the Phillies abandon the platoon and call up Odubel Herrera from the alternate site to handle center-field duties.
Quinn is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Since Adam Haseley (personal) was placed on the restricted list Wednesday, Quinn has been splitting duties in center field with Mickey Moniak. Both players have now picked up two starts apiece since Haseley was deactivated, and a fairly even timeshare between the two could persist until one separates himself from the other in performance.
Quinn will start in center field and bat eighth Wednesday against the Mets.
Making his third start in four games, Quinn could be in store for an extended run as the Phillies' everyday center fielder after Adam Haseley (personal) was placed on the restricted list Wednesday. Quinn will likely bat near the bottom of the lineup whenever he starts, but he'll have some appeal for fantasy managers in deeper mixed leagues and NL-only formats looking for help in stolen bases. Over his 160 career MLB games, Quinn has gone 37-for-43 in steal attempts.
Quinn entered Wednesday's 8-2 win over the Mets on a double switch in the sixth inning, going 0-for-1 with a run scored and two stolen bases.
He put his wheels to work right away in the sixth, leading off the inning by being hit by a pitch, then swiping second and third base and coming home on a Bryce Harper groundout. Quinn has only started two of six games to begin the season and is still looking for his first hit, which isn't putting a lot of pressure on Adam Haseley for the starting role in center field. However, Quinn can still make a fantasy impact when he does get on the field, as he demonstrated Wednesday.
Quinn is out of the lineup for Thursday's game versus Atlanta, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
After winning out over Odubel Herrera for the backup center field job in spring training, the switch-hitting Quinn looked like a candidate to work in the short side of a platoon at the position with the lefty-hitting Adam Haseley. However, that may not be the case, as Haseley was awarded the Opening Day start against Atlanta southpaw Max Fried. Quinn -- who has gone 35-for-40 on stolen-base attempts through parts of four seasons in the big leagues -- should still get the opportunity to put his wheels on display when he subs into games as a pinch runner or late-inning defensive replacement, but it may be tough to extract meaningful fantasy value from him if he isn't even making regular starts against lefties.
Quinn will be a part of the Phillies' Opening Day roster, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Quinn missed Saturday's game against the Tigers with food poisoning but has since returned for a pair of contests. He and Adam Haseley will split time in center field this season, with the playing-time breakdown between the pair not yet clear. Scott Kingery, Mickey Moniak and Odubel Herrera will all begin the year in the minors.
Quinn is believed to have food poisoning, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.
Quinn was held out of Saturday's spring lineup against the Tigers, but manager Joe Girardi hopes that the 27-year-old will be able to return Sunday. It's unlikely that the issue will impact Quinn's Opening Day availability.
Quinn has going 3-for-9 at the plate through his first four spring games but has also struck out five times.
Quinn is one of a number of rather evenly matched options competing for playing time in center field for the Phillies this spring. The competition thinned out a bit when Adam Haseley suffered a groin strain last week, which is expected to keep him out through Opening Day. Quinn is making a decent enough case for himself, but the strikeouts are problematic for a player who really needs to maximize his contact in order to show off his excellent speed. He struck out in 33.6 percent of his plate appearances last season. Mickey Moniak and Odubel Herrera appear to be ahead of Quinn if all that matters is spring performance, with Moniak's two homers helping him stand out from the pack, but there's still time for Quinn to emerge as the favorite.
Quinn is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Nationals.
Quinn returns to the bench after he went 1-for-2 with a stolen base, an RBI and a run scored in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader. He's expected to fight Adam Haseley and Scott Kingery for reps in center field the rest of the season, which could limit the fantasy utility of all three players.
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