Hays (ankle) resumed some baseball activities with Double-A Bowie on Friday, Steve Melewski of MASN Sports reports.
Hays will continue to work his way back from an ankle injury that has kept him sidelined since the end of May. After spending the previous three weeks in a walking boot, Hays received an injection for the ankle last week and was shut down from all activities in order to give it some rest. He will likely require a little time to get back into shape before rejoining the Baysox.
Hays will be shut down from baseball activities for a week after receiving an injection for his ankle Monday, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Hays was batting just .224 with six homers and 18 RBI through 43 games at Double-A Bowie prior to dealing with another ankle injury. He battled a similar issue at the end of June, causing him to miss just over a month. It's unclear at this point when he'll be healthy enough to return to action.
Hays (ankle) will likely be confined to a walking boot for the next week before resuming light baseball activities, Steve Melewski of MASN Sports reports.
Hays has been sidelined at Double-A Bowie since May 24 with the ankle injury, but he seems to be nearing the finish line in his recovery from the setback. Once he sheds the boot, Hays will likely need at least a week to incorporate a full range of baseball activities before he's cleared to play in simulated or rehab games with a lower-level affiliate. The outfielder could realistically rejoin Bowie by mid-July, and then look to rebound from what has been a tough start to the campaign. After being optioned to the minors out of spring training, Hays was hitting just .224/.259/.374 across 185 plate appearances at Double-A before being shut down with the injury.
Hays will see a specialist for his injured ankle Tuesday, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Hays has been out since the end of May with an ankle injury. His eventual return timeline should become clearer after the visit. Prior to the injury, Hays was hitting a disappointing .224/.259/.374 in 43 games with Double-A Bowie.
Hays (ankle) will have to stay in a walking boot for the next two weeks, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
This will likely keep Hays sidelined from action until July as he continues to recover from an ankle injury. The 22-year-old has been out since May 24 and was hitting just .224/.259/.374 at the time of his injury. Expect an update on his status once Hays is able to shed the walking boot.
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