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Red Sox Receive Bad News Regarding Key Outfielder


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Earlier this month, the Boston Red Sox placed outfielder Masataka Yoshida on the 10-day injured list due to a sprained left thumb. It has gotten worse, so he underwent an MRI. It has been reported that he will be going for a second option. Although, as of right now Masataka Yoshida is in for a potential surgery on his thumb.


There was an update on Masataka Yoshida. It wasn’t a very good one. Per multiple reports, it’s safe to say that Masataka Yoshida will be out for a while. The earliest that Yoshida will be able to resume baseball activities is early June. When it’s all said and done, Masataka Yoshida will miss around at least two months with the injury.


Masataka Yoshida is in the second year of his five year deal with the Boston Red Sox. To start this year, Yoshida has gotten off to a pretty solid start, even though he hasn’t had many at-bats.


Masataka Yoshida stats in 2024:


24 games, 80 at-bats, a slash line of .275/.348/.388, with 2 home runs, 11 RBI’s, and a .736 OPS.


The Red Sox are off to a decent start this season. They currently sit at 21-19. If they can manage to stay around .500 until Masataka Yoshida returns from injury, they will be in pretty good shape. The Red Sox just can’t get to far behind in the standings, especially because they are in one of the toughest divisions in all of baseball.

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