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Mariners Place Starting Shortstop on the Injured List

The Seattle Mariners have placed shortstop J.P. Crawford on the 10-day injured list. It is due to a grade 1 oblique strain. Infielder Leo Rivas was selected from Triple-A Tacoma. According to Daniel Kramer of MLB. This is bad news for both the Mariners and J.P. Crawford as he has been a top contributor on offense, not so much this year, but definitely last year.

This injury, a grade 1 oblique strain takes quite a bit to heal. About 27-30 days. With that timeline, J.P. Crawford likely won’t be playing again until the end of May-early June. Also there will likely be a rehab assignment for J.P. Crawford.

J.P. Crawford’s start to 2024 hasn’t gone as planned. Although, he has done great things in the past. So far this year in 22 games, Crawford is slashing .198/.296/.302, with 2 home runs, 9 RBI’s, and a .598 OPS.

There’s no question that the Mariners are off to a rough start.

They’re currently sitting at 13-12. The news of J.P. Crawford landing on the IL doesn’t make it any better. Hopefully it’s a speedy recovery for J.P. Crawford and he's back sooner then expected.

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