Welcome!
Welcome to Smurfville! The community of which focuses upon the award winning game Smurfs' Village!

Here at Smurfville we love the Smurfs and invite you to join our conversations!


Helpful links!
Quick Links:
-)
-)
-)
Stuffs:
-)
-)
-)


The Staff Team
Administrators
Ash
LornaRose

Global Moderators
Nico


The Chat Box



The Credits and Thank Yous
This skin and graphics by Ashkir exclusively for Smurfville. Colors done by Luke/rhymxr.

Smurfs, smurf logo, and property were created by Peyo. Intellectual property owned by NBC Universal.

Smurfs' Village is an iTunes game by CapCom.



Smurfville Banner



 
Smurfville :: Fun! (Non Smurf) :: General Talk :: Yankees CF Hicks (back) to miss opening series - View Topic
Topic Rating: *****
Printable View
thechampionrings
Junior Member
**

Posts: 39
Status: Offline
Joined:  

Reputation: 0%  


pm
Yankees CF Hicks (back) to miss opening series (18th Mar 19 at 9:27am UTC)
New York Yankees championship rings center fielder Aaron Hicks will miss Opening Day and likely begin the regular season on the injured list because of a lower back injury he has been dealing with since early March, manager Aaron Boone told reporters Sunday morning.

Earlier in the day, Hicks told ESPN that while he won't play in the opening series against the Baltimore Orioles championship rings, he expects to be in the lineup for the following series against the Detroit Tigers championship rings. Opening Day is March 28; the Tigers series begins April 1.

Boone said he believed it was possible that Hicks returns by the start of next month.

Hicks, 29, hasn't played since encountering back stiffness in a spring training game on March 1. He received a second cortisone shot to address the pain Sunday, six days after receiving his first one. Hicks told ESPN he found out he would need the second shot while working on some rotational activity Saturday.

Had it not been for the second shot, Hicks said he would have been on target to play Opening Day.

Boone added that the Yankees think Hicks will be physically ready for the season opener, but they don't believe he will have enough time to get the necessary spring training games and at-bats.

With Hicks out of the mix for the start of the season, New York Yankees championship rings for sale has options for filling the open spot on the roster. First basemen Luke Voit and Greg Bird could both make the team when camp breaks. Boone said there was "probably more of a case" that that could occur now.

Clint Frazier, returning from a season that was mostly lost due to a concussion, could find his way onto the roster as the Yankees build their outfield depth. Versatile Tyler Wade -- an infielder who will spend last week primarily in the outfield, Boone said -- is another option.

Highly touted center-field prospect Estevan Florial will not be part of that early-season mix. The 21-year-old, whose strong play has been turning heads all spring, suffered a nondisplaced right wrist fracture after leaping at the wall late in Saturday's game. Boone said the next 48 hours will dictate the Yankees' next course of action, but it's likely that Florial will be out for a significant amount of time.

Following more tests on his wrist Monday, Florial will visit a hand specialist Tuesday mlb championship rings for sale.

Another injured outfielder made it to the Yankees' spring training facility Sunday for the first time this year.

Jacoby Ellsbury, 35, done with the rehab work that he had been undertaking near his offseason home in Phoenix, arrived in Florida this weekend. Ellsbury isn't a short-term possibility to play while Hicks is out, as the Yankees are still easing the veteran back into baseball activity. Boone said he has been playing catch at short distances and hitting off tees custom championship rings.

Last month, Hicks signed a seven-year extension that will keep him under contract through the 2025 season. The deal will pay Hicks $70 million over seven years, according to sources and multiple reports, and includes a club option for 2026.

A .236 career hitter, Hicks was traded to the Yankees from Minnesota after the 2015 season.

After scuffling to a .217 batting average in his first Yankees season and struggling to stay healthy in his second year, Hicks had a career year in 2018. He set career highs in games played (137), home runs (27), RBI (79), runs scored (90) and WAR (4.7).
 Printable View

All times are GMT+0 :: The current time is 11:08pm
Page generated in 0.2418 seconds
This Forum is Powered By vForums (v2.4)
Create a Forum for Free | Find Forums