Grisham went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Rockies.
San Diego entered the ninth inning trailing 3-0 before Grisham took Daniel Bard deep for a two-run shot, but it wasn't enough to complete the comeback. It was the 24-year-old's seventh long ball of the year and his first since returning from the injured list Saturday. Grisham is slashing .290/.372/.510 with 16 extra-base hits and 16 RBI through 164 plate appearances.
Grisham is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mets.
Grisham will head to the bench in what's likely a pre-planned maintenance after he returned from a heel injury to start in center field in Saturday's 4-1 loss. The 24-year-old slotted into the two hole in his first game with the Padres since May 21, going 0-for-3 with a walk. Jorge Mateo will cover center field Sunday while Grisham rests.
Grisham (heel) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Saturday.
Padres manager Jayce Tingler had previously suggested that Grisham was likely to return Sunday or early next week, but the team instead opted to get him back into the lineup -- he'll start in center field and bat second -- Saturday. Brian O'Grady was optioned to Triple-A El Paso in a corresponding move.
Grisham (heel) could return as soon as Sunday or Monday, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports.
Grisham has missed three weeks with a bruised left heel despite at one point looking set to return after a minimum-length stay on the injured list. He looked good in his first rehab game Thursday, doubling and stealing a base, and it doesn't appear as though he'll need many more games before he's cleared to return.
Grisham (heel) went 1-for-3 with a double, a walk, an RBI and a stolen base in a minor-league rehab appearance with Triple-A El Paso on Thursday.
The contest was Grisham's first since going on the injured list with a bruised left heel in late May. Given the fact that he successfully tested the heel on his first-inning stolen base, the outfielder appears to be able to run without issue. He should be back with the big club shortly.
Grisham (heel) reported to Triple-A El Paso for a rehab assignment, and he's batting leadoff and playing center field Thursday, El Paso broadcaster Tim Hagerty reports.
The 24-year-old progressed to running the bases Wednesday, which was apparently one of the final hurdles before he could be cleared for a rehab assignment. Grisham last saw game action May 21 before going down with a bruised left heel, and he shouldn't require a lengthy stint in the minors before rejoining the Padres.
Grisham (heel) ran the bases at Petco Park on Wednesday as he prepares for an upcoming rehab assignment, Annie Heilbrunn of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
In addition to running the bases aggressively Wednesday, the outfielder has been hitting regularly in the cage and took on-field batting practice Tuesday, according to AJ Cassavell of MLB.com. As such, all signs are pointing to Grisham feeling well enough to kick off his rehab assignment with Triple-A El Paso soon, as previously planned. He could return to the Padres lineup within a matter of days, depending on how he feels after logging minor-league game action.
Grisham (heel) will start his rehab assignment with Triple-A El Paso in the next couple days, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Jayce Tingler said he's unsure how long a rehab assignment Grisham will require, but it may be a short one if he feels good. Once activated, the 24-year-old should return to being the Padres' everyday center fielder and top-of-the-order power bat.
Grisham (heel) will need a rehab assignment before returning from the injured list, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Reports from earlier in the week indicated Grisham had a chance to return from the injured list when first eligible Friday. That didn't happen, and while he was on the field going through sprints prior to Saturday's game against the Mets, his return still isn't imminent. Depending on when exactly his rehab assignment begins, he's likely tracking toward a return sometime in the middle of next week.
Grisham (heel) is not back in the lineup for Friday's game against the Mets despite being eligible to return from the injured list.
Grisham has been working out for the past several days and appeared set to return from the injured list when first eligible, but he evidently needs at least one more day before he's ready to go. He's still experiencing some pain in his heel when he runs, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. Jurickson Profar will make another start in center field Friday.
Grisham (heel) was spotted taking batting practice prior to the Padres' game Wednesday against the Cubs, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Since landing on the injured list last week with a left heel contusion, Grisham has felt well enough to take part in on-field drills nearly every day. The Padres haven't determined whether to send him out for a one-game minor-league rehab assignment Thursday, but regardless, the outfielder appears poised to come off the IL when first eligible Friday.
Grisham's (heel) placement on the injury list wasn't backdated, so he's not eligible to return to the active roster until Friday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Grisham hasn't played since May 21, but the Padres' decision to bring Brian O'Grady back to the big club early after being optioned to Triple-A disallows them from backdating the start of Grisham's IL stint. According to the Associated Press, the outfielder has increased his running and could taking batting practice Wednesday, so it seems likely that he'll return when eligible Friday.
Grisham (heel) has done extensive work on the field every day since going on the IL and is expected to return Tuesday, assuming that the running he does Monday in Chicago goes well, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Everything is on track for a minimum stay for Grisham. The Padres play a day game at Wrigley Field on Monday, so hopefully we'll have some news on Grisham's status before the game in order to make our roster decisions for the week.
Grisham landed on the 10-day injured list Monday with a left foot contusion, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Grisham hadn't played since exiting Friday's game against the Mariners with what was originally called a bruised heel. He's now already onto his second trip to the injured list of the season, as he missed the start of the year with a hamstring strain, but he's been excellent when available, hitting .301 with six homers and seven steals in 36 games. Brian O'Grady will be called up to take his place on the roster.
Grisham (heel) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mariners.
The Padres will be without Grisham and Manny Machado (shoulder) for the series finale, but both are being viewed as day-to-day heading into the upcoming week. Jurickson Profar will cover center field in place of Grisham, who suffered a bruised heel in the Padres' 16-1 win in Friday's series opener with the Mariners.
Grisham will sit Saturday against Seattle after exiting Friday's game with a bruised heel.
The issue doesn't appear to be a major one, with manager Jayce Tingler suggesting Grisham could be in the lineup had the injury happened during a different part of the season. Jorge Mateo will start in center field in his absence.
Grisham was replaced in the fifth inning of Friday's 16-1 win over Seattle due to a heel bruise, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. He went 2-for-2 with a solo home run, a walk and two total runs in the contest.
Grisham led off the bottom of the first inning with a homer to right field and got on base in both of his remaining trips to the plate. However, he was replaced in center field by Jorge Mateo in the fifth frame, and it was later revealed that Grisham was suffering from a bruised heel. The blowout nature of the game -- San Diego was up by seven runs at the time of Grisham's departure -- may have contributed to the decision to pull him from the contest, and manager Jayce Tingler was noncommittal about whether Grisham would play Saturday. As such, he should be considered day-to-day for the time being.
Grisham went 1-for-5 with a double, an RBI and a stolen base in Sunday's victory over St. Louis.
Grisham provided some breathing room for San Diego in the sixth inning, doubling in Patrick Kivlehan to extend the Padres' lead to two runs. He also swiped second base after reaching on a fielder's choice in the eighth, though the team was unable to cash him in. Grisham is tied for sixth in baseball with seven steals on the season.
Grisham went 3-for-5 and scored a run in Saturday's 13-3 rout of the Cardinals.
The center fielder batted atop the Padres' lineup and registered his first three-hit game of the season, pushing his current hit streak to six. Grisham has been a consistent source of multi-category production this season, slashing .305/.388/.492 with five homers, 19 runs, 12 RBI and six stolen bases across 134 plate appearances.
Grisham went 1-for-5 with a triple, two RBI, a run and a walk in the Padres' 11-1 win Sunday over the Giants.
Grisham filled the stat sheet Sunday, driving in two on an eighth-inning triple off Jose Alvarez. The 24-year-old has been a bright spot at the top of the Padres' lineup, slashing .293/.369/.515 in 111 plate appearances. He is on pace for 20 home runs and 20 steals while batting just shy of .300.
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