Heredia continues to progress from a shoulder injury, but his status remains uncertain for Opening Day, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
The extent of his current participation has been hitting off a tee. Heredia underwent surgery on his non-throwing shoulder in early October, and although he remains ahead of schedule, it appears as though there is no definitive answer on his availability at this point in time. Manager Scott Servais stated that there's a "chance" he will be ready for the season, which means there will likely be updates on his status throughout the spring.
Heredia is apparently progressing well from offseason surgery on his non-throwing shoulder, and it sounds like he's expected to be at, or close to, 100 percent for the start of camp. This is encouraging news for the 26-year-old as he tries to break camp with the big club as a reserve outfielder. Either way, he doesn't have a clear avenue to playing time in 2018 following the acquisition of Dee Gordon to play center field.
General manager Jerry Dipoto said he's unsure if Heredia (shoulder) will be 100 percent by the start of spring training, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Heredia underwent surgery to repair a lesion in his non-throwing shoulder in October. While he was initially expected to be ready for the start camp, his recovery is apparently going slower than expected and could keep him sidelined into the spring. He'll fight for a starting spot in the Mariners' outfield once healthy.
Heredia (shoulder) underwent successful surgery Monday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Heredia suffered the injury at the end of September and opted to undergo the procedure to repair a lesion in his non-throwing shoulder. He'll begin rehab right away and is expected to ready for spring training in March.
Heredia is expected to undergo surgery on his right shoulder, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Heredia wasn't expected to return this season, but there hadn't been any indication that he would require surgery up to this point. The specific details regarding the type of procedure are unknown at this point, but it's been said that there will be a lengthy rehab process once the surgery has been performed. However, the Mariners plan on having Heredia back in full health once spring training comes around. With Heredia out, Jacob Hannemann is starting in center field Wednesday.
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