Bregman (hamstring) is out of the lineup for Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Marlins, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman's absence for the Astros' spring opener was fully expected, as the 26-year-old has yet to take part in fielding work during workouts while managing a hamstring injury. The issue is believed to be a minor concern, given that Bregman has been able to take batting practice in recent days.
Bregman (hamstring) took batting practice on the field for a second consecutive day Friday, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Bregman has yet to participate in fielding drills, so it would appear he will not play in Sunday's Grapefruit League opener.
Bregman (hamstring) took batting practice on the field Thursday but didn't go through fielding drills, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman has been slowed to start camp due to a sore hamstring. He's expected to miss some spring training games, but the issue doesn't yet seem like it will cost him time at the beginning of the regular season. With Opening Day still over a month away, the Astros can afford to be cautious.
Astros manager Dusty Baker said Wednesday that Bregman has been held out of workouts this week due to a sore hamstring, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Bregman presumably won't be cleared in time to play in the Astros' Grapefruit League opener Sunday versus the Marlins, but Baker didn't suggest the third baseman's hamstring issue was overly worrisome. The 26-year-old will be looking to rebound this season after taking a big step back in the pandemic-shortened 2020 campaign, when he slashed .242/.350/.451 with six home runs and no stolen bases over 42 games.
Bregman went 2-for-4 with a solo homer, a walk and a pair of runs in Monday's ALDS Game 1 win over Oakland.
Bregman scored the first of Houston's 10 runs with a solo homer in the top of the fourth inning. He later came around to score on Carlos Correa's ninth-inning single. He's now homered 11 times in 47 career playoff games.
Bregman went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a sacrifice fly in Friday's 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Rangers.
Bregman tied the game at 2-2 in the sixth inning with his sixth homer of the season. He put the Astros ahead in the 10th with a sacrifice fly to plate initial runner Jose Altuve, but the Rangers battled back to win in the bottom of the 10th. Bregman is now slashing .253/.357/.473 with 22 RBI and 19 runs scored in 40 contests. His .830 OPS would be his lowest mark since 2017.
Bregman went 3-for-5 with a two-run home run, an RBI triple, a double and another run scored during Thursday's win over the Rangers.
Bregman had a hot night at the plate, starting things off with an RBI triple against Lance Lynn in the first inning, then cranking a two-run home run in the fifth. The 26-year-old then tacked on a double in the sixth, falling just a single shy of the cycle. Bregman now has five long balls this season to go with a .254/.361/.458 slash line.
Bregman went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to the Rangers.
Bregman has hit safely in four straight contests, going 5-for-14 with two runs, two doubles and three RBI. He appears to be back to normal after a hamstring injury wiped out nearly three weeks. Bregman was initially brought along slowly when activated from the injured list last week, but Wednesday's start was his fifth straight.
Bregman went 1-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Dodgers.
Bregman displayed a nice piece of two-strike hitting and delivered the go-ahead run as part of a five-run rally in the ninth inning. It was an important win for the Astros, who entered the game losers of eight straight. The base knock was Bregman's first in 14 plate appearances since returning from a hamstring injury
Bregman returned to the lineup and went 0-for-4 in Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Atheltics.
Bregman played one of the doubleheader games Tuesday before sitting out Wednesday as the Astros bring him back slowly from a hamstring injury. With Houston off Friday, Bregman will get another day before playing in games Saturday and Sunday against the Dodgers.
Bregman will be in the lineup for both weekend games against the Dodgers, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Bregman was activated from the injured list Tuesday and started one of the doubleheader games that day. He was then held out Wednesday as part of a predetermined plan, although he did pinch hit and played third base for the final inning. He could return to the starting lineup for Thursday's series finale against Oakland ahead of an off-day Friday before the weekend games in Los Angeles.
Astros manager Dusty Baker said that Bregman won't start in Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
After he was sidelined for just over three weeks with a strained hamstring, Bregman returned from the 10-day injured list Tuesday. He started in the front end of a twin bill with Oakland, going 0-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts before sitting out the nightcap. Both Baker and general manager James Click have indicated that Bregman will eased back into action slowly, so his absence from the lineup for a second straight game appears to be precautionary. Bregman should check back into the lineup for Thursday's series finale with the Athletics, and with a team off day on tap Friday, he could play both games of the Astros' weekend series in Los Angeles versus the Dodgers.
Bregman is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the A's, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The 26-year-old came off the injured list to start in Game 1 of Tuesday's twin bill, and he went 0-for-3 with one walk and two strikeouts. The Astros won't push Bregman immediately after being activated, so he'll take a seat for Game 2.
Bregman (hamstring) is starting at third base and hitting second in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against Oakland, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
As promised, Bregman is off the injured list after missing almost three weeks with a hamstring injury. He may get a maintenance day here and there down the stretch in an effort to prevent re-injury.
Bregman (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Monday against Oakland but will be activated ahead of Tuesday's contest, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Bregman was expected to miss three weeks after straining his hamstring in mid-August, and he'll wind up returning more or less on schedule. The third baseman considered himself fully healthy back on Thursday, though it's still possible the Astros ease him back into action with the occasional off day.
Manager Dusty Baker said that he hopes Bregman (hamstring) will be ready for the team's series against the Athletics that begins Monday, Julia Morales of AT&T SportsNet Southwest reports. Baker added that the team is going to be "pretty cautious" with Bregman and his hamstring.
Bregman deemed himself "100 percent" Thursday, but he didn't receive clearance from the training staff to return for this weekend's series against the Angels. It sounds like Bregman will receive semi-regular maintenance days once he's back on the active roster, with the Astros focused primarily on getting him back to full strength in time for the postseason.
Bregman (hamstring) took batting practice Thursday and is close to coming off the injured list, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.
According to Kaplan, Bregman said he is 100 percent healthy, so his activation should come any day now. He also did some running and fielding Wednesday, with his hamstring apparently responding well to the activity. Aledmys Diaz will act as Houston's primary third baseman until Bregman is deemed ready to go.
Bregman (hamstring) could join the Astros for their upcoming road trip in hopes of returning from the injured list before it ends, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Bregman was expected to miss at least three weeks after straining his right hamstring in mid-August. He'll hit that three-week mark Sept. 9, and the Astros' road trip runs from Sept. 4 to Sept. 13, so he appears to be still on that schedule.
Bregman (hamstring) has reported to the Astros' alternate site and has resumed running, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
It's not clear what speed Bregman is running at, but manager Dusty Baker viewed a video of the session and said Bregman "looks good." While it's a good sign Bregman is up on his feet, he is still expected to be out several more weeks.
Bregman (hamstring) will miss at least three weeks, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Houston general manager James Click confirmed that news Sunday. "We're hoping it's a three-week thing," Click told the Astros' radio broadcast. "Initially, that's kind of the timetable we're looking at. But obviously with all of these things, we have to be patient. We have to wait for things to calm down there and see how he responds to treatment." Bregman suffered the injury during Wednesday's game against the Rockies. Since then, he's been replaced by Abraham Toro at third base and Carlos Correa at third in the batting order.
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