Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bisset, who was sidelined with a knee injury, is making good rehab.
On the 13th (Korean time), Bisset trained on base before the home game against the Chicago Cubs at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Assuming an at-bat situation, he practiced running around the base.
Manager John Schneider revealed that Bisset is digesting not only running base but also catch ball, batting, and defensive training, and he said, “I hope to continue moving in the same direction.”
“We are continuing to move in the right direction,” he said. We will watch the training situation until tomorrow and decide the next direction.” ‘Next direction’ refers to the rehabilitation game.
If Bisset returns from injury, the second base and shortstop positions will likely need some traffic control. Schneider said, “I like Bisset with any pitcher. The rest will follow the matchup,” he said, citing clues about traffic control. He also mentioned the possibility of using Bisset as the designated hitter.
Meanwhile, Toronto put Hagen Danner on the injured list on the 15th and called up Nate Pearson, who complained of pain in his left side during the mound the previous day.
Jordan Romano, who left due to his back injury, digests the rehabilitation mound at Triple A on this day.
Toronto on this day: Whit Merrifield (left fielder) George Springer (designated hitter) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (1st baseman) Matt Chapman (3rd baseman) Davis Schneider (2nd baseman) Alejandro Kirk (catcher) Cavan Vizio (right fielder) Santiago Espinal (shortstop) ) announced the lineup of Dalton Basho (center fielder). Chris Bassett starts. The starting opponent is left-hander Justin Steele.토토사이트
Instead of Paul De Jong, Espinal will be the starting shortstop. Schneider explained the reason for the replacement, saying, “I tried to give De Jong a little break and at the same time give Espinal a chance to face the lefty.”
Regarding De Yong, who is recording 2 hits in 34 at-bats in 10 games after the transfer, “strong hits do not lead to hits. He didn’t find anything odd. He is just going through a slow start in a new team,” he said, revealing his belief that he will come back soon.
Regarding the issue of player appointment, he said, “I am trying not to react too much,” but said, “We will consider what the player looks like and how he feels.” He stressed that he would get a chance.