Travis (knee) began hitting off a tee Friday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Travis has resumed baseball activities following surgery on his left knee in March. This is a definite step forward for the 28-year-old second baseman, although he still has a long road ahead of him before he'll return to action. Travis will be eligible to come off the injured list at the end of May, but it remains to be seen if he'll be ready.
Travis (knee) had his post-op appointment Friday and is set to resume baseball activities next week, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Travis underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee in mid-March and is on the 60-day injured list. The 28-year-old still has significant rehab work ahead of him and will have to go through an abbreviated spring training before making his return.
Travis (knee) was placed on the 60-day injured list Monday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Travis underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee earlier in the month, and his placement on the 60-day IL means he won't be eligible to return until the end of May at the earliest. The move frees up a spot on the team's 40-man roster for Daniel Hudson, who was signed to a one-year deal Monday. Look for Richard Urena to fill in as a reserve infielder in his absence, while Lourdes Gurriel and Freddy Galvis occupy the middle of Toronto's infield.
Travis underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee and will be reevaluated in 4-to-6 weeks, Hazel Mae of Sportsnet reports.
This is another tough blow for Travis, who has been hindered by injuries throughout his career. The second baseman will continue rehabbing in Florida, and if everything goes as planned, he should be cleared to resume baseball activities in mid-to-late April. Travis will still need go through an abbreviated spring training once he's cleared to resume baseball activities, suggesting he won't be ready to return until sometime in May at the earliest. With Travis set to open the season on the IL, Richard Urena looks poised to break camp in his place as a reserve infielder.
Travis has been sidelined for two weeks while battling inflammation in his left knee and could be in danger of opening the season on the injured list if he fails to rejoin the Jays' spring lineup within the next few days. If Travis is sidelined to begin the campaign, Richard Urena would be in strong position to break camp as a utility infielder while Lourdes Gurriel and Freddy Galvis would serve as Toronto's primary options in the middle infield.
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