Plummer (oblique) has returned to action for Low-A Peoria.
He missed almost a month with an oblique strain, but has returned and is hitting .185/.333/.333 with one home run and 14 strikeouts in 27 at-bats this season. Plummer struck out four times in four at-bats Friday against South Bend, and will really need to cut down on the whiffs (42.4 percent strikeout rate) in order to fully tap into to his intriguing power/speed combination.
Plummer was placed on the 7-day DL on Friday with an oblique strain.
He missed the 2016 season with a wrist injury, and was able to play in just six games with Low-A Peoria before landing back on the shelf with a new ailment. Plummer has five-category potential, but he is behind the developmental curve due to these injuries.
Plummer is on the minor league DL with a wrist injury, Tony Paul of the Detroit News reports.
He has not played in a game this year, in part because he was assigned to rookie ball, and in part because on June 23 he was placed on the DL. He is currently doing rehab, and it is unclear when he will be able to make his 2016 debut in game action.
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