Bregman (quadriceps) started at third base and went 0-for-2 with a walk for Triple-A Sugar Land on Monday.
Bregman kicked off his rehab assignment Monday by playing five innings and getting three plate appearances. There had been some hope that he could return during the Astros' current road trip, but Bregman is expected to stay on rehab for another week to 10 days.
Bregman (quadriceps) will report to Triple-A Sugar Land to begin a rehab assignment Monday, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman isn't expected to return during Houston's 10-day road trip, which begins Monday, but the rehab assignment indicates his activation is on the horizon. The 27-year-old could be back for the Aug. 5 matchup with the Twins if the rehab stint goes smoothly.
Bregman (quadriceps) is unlikely to return during the Astros' upcoming road trip, with runs from July 26 through Aug. 4, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman hasn't played since mid-June while he deals with a strained left quadriceps. The given timeline means he's still nearly two weeks away from returning to the active roster. He may need a small handful of rehab games before he's cleared to return given the length of his absence.
Bregman (quad) said Tuesday that he will run the bases a few more times at high intensity before beginning a minor-league rehab assignment, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.
Bregman increased the speed of his base running Tuesday, and so long as he's able to do the same during the next day or two, it sounds like he could begin a rehab assignment as soon as this weekend. The star third baseman is expected to need somewhere between 15 and 30 at-bats in the minors before being activated. With that in mind, Bregman has an outside chance of being reinstated by the end of July, though an early-August return figures to be more likely at this point.
Bregman remains in Houston rehabilitating his strained left quadriceps, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Earlier this month, Bregman was giddy about beginning a rehab assignment at Triple-A Sugar Land this past week, but that never materialized. Houston general manager James Click said the infielder could join the Skeeters on their six-game road trip to Oklahoma City, which begins Thursday, then said "but if not it won't be too far behind that." Bregman has missed 27 games since straining the left quad June 16. Abraham Toro is picking up the majority of starts at third base in his absence.
Bregman (quadriceps) said he expects to begin his rehab assignment with Triple-A Sugar Land in mid-July, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman is aiming to play for the Skeeters during their trip to Albuquerque, which runs from July 15-20. Thus, an activation near the end of the month remains realistic for Bregman, who's been sidelined by a left quadriceps strain since June 17.
Bregman (quadriceps) will hit on the field ahead of Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman began light running at the beginning of July, and he'll take another significant step in his recovery by hitting Wednesday. While the 27-year-old has indicated that he's way ahead of schedule in his recovery timetable, he won't return until sometime after the All-Star break.
Bregman (quadriceps) has begun light running, but he will not return before the All-Star break.
Bregman indicated he's way ahead of schedule in his return timeline but admitted Saturday that he won't be back before the All-Star break. Interested observers should plan on a late-July return.
Bregman said Tuesday that his ultrasound on his strained left quad "went great" and that he is "way ahead of schedule" in his return timeline, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Manager Dusty Baker said earlier Tuesday that he didn't expect Bregman to return for at least another month. The third baseman's own update seems to contradict that of the skipper, as being ahead of schedule would seem to indicate Bregman could be activated sometime in mid-to-late July. It's hard to know whose word holds more weight at this point, but Bregman's timeline will likely be clarified before too long.
Astros manager Dusty Baker said Monday that he doesn't expect Bregman (quadriceps) to return for at least a month, SportsTalk 790 Houston reports.
This certainly isn't a positive update for Bregman, as last week it was reported that he could be back in two or three weeks. It's not entirely clear if the third baseman suffered some sort of setback that led to the longer return timeline, but based on Baker's update, Bregman appears likely to miss the entire month of July. Abraham Toro should continue to serve as the primary third baseman in Bregman's absence.
Bregman (quadriceps) is still "at least two or three weeks or more" away from returning, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman landed on the 10-day injured list with a left quad strain Thursday, and manager Dusty Baker said right away that the 27-year-old would be out "a while." A better idea of the infielder's status could be revealed once he's able to resume baseball activities, but he could be sidelined until around the All-Star break following Baker's most recent update.
Manager Dusty Baker said Friday that Bregman (quad) will be out "a while," Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
While Baker's update failed to provide any sort of specific timeline for the infielder, it confirms that he'll be out well longer than the minimum 10 days. With that under consideration, Bregman figures to be on the shelf through June and possibly a large portion of July with a strained left quad. The Astros will likely try to establish a more concrete timeline for the star third baseman in the near future.
Bregman (quadriceps) was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.
The exact length of Bregman's absence remains unclear, but he'll be sidelined for at least 10 days as he recovers from the left quad strain suffered early in Wednesday's game against the Rangers. Garrett Stubbs was recalled to fill Bregman's roster spot, while Abraham Toro and Robel Garcia could see time at third base during his absence.
Houston manager Dusty Baker said Bregman (quadriceps) could be out "for a while," Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Baker was also quick to point out that the severity of Bregman's injury is not yet known, and the third baseman will undergo further evaluation Thursday. It sounds like there is a wide range of possible outcomes in terms of downtime for Bregman. Robel Garcia replaced him Wednesday, and he figures to be the primary fill-in while Bregman is unavailable.
Bregman left Wednesday's game against the Rangers with a left quad strain, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
The third baseman's limp suggested a leg-related injury, and this update confirmed as much. It's unclear at this time how severe the quad strain is and how long Bregman will be sidelined.
Bregman exited Wednesday's contest against the Rangers with a limp, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Bregman pulled up limp after grounding into a double play in the first inning. The specifics about his injury, and whether he'll miss any time, should become clear following the game. Robel Garcia came in to replace Bregman at third base.
Bregman went 0-for-4 with two RBI and a stolen base in Friday's 6-4 win over the Twins.
Bregman had a four-game hit streak (8-for-18) snapped, but he contributed to the win nonetheless. The third baseman had a couple of run-producing outs, then saved a run in the bottom of the eighth with a gold-glove caliber stop down the third-base line. The stolen base was Bregman's first since 2019.
Bregman went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run, a pair of doubles and a walk in Wednesday's 8-3 win over Boston.
The third baseman showed off some power with three extra-base hits Wednesday. His long ball was just his third in 33 games since the start of May. Bregman has still put together a solid stat line with seven homers, 31 RBI, 34 runs scored and a .295/.384/.464 slash line through 237 plate appearances. He's picked up six hits, including a homer and four doubles, in his last three contests, so he appears to have shaken off a recent slump.
Bregman will get a rare day off Friday against the Blue Jays, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bregman hits the bench after starting 40 of the Astros' last 41 games. He's been in a bit of a slump over his last eight games, grabbing just four hits. Aledmys Diaz will be the third baseman in his absence.
Bregman went 1-for-3 with a walk, two RBI and two runs scored in Monday's 11-2 win over Boston.
Bregman delivered two runs with a single in the sixth inning that increased Houston's lead to 8-1. He's managed to drive in four runs over a five-game stretch during which he has just two hits in 18 at-bats (.111).
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