May
12

Granderson picks up three hits, plays right in latest rehab game

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In his fourth rehab game with Triple-A Scranton, Curtis Granderson went 3-for-5 with three singles (two to left, one to right) and one strikeout. He grounded out to first in the other at-bat. Granderson played all nine innings in right field and had to make three plays — he fielded a single hit in front of him and caught two fly balls of unknown difficulty. Curtis is scheduled to stay with the team through the end of their homestand tomorrow, but the plan after that is unclear. He could be activated, he could continue rehabbing. We’ll find out eventually.

Categories : Asides, Injuries

14 Comments»

  1. Wil Nieves #1 Fan says:

    MVP.

  2. Leg-End says:

    As long as Wells is rakeing no rush. Be great to have him back though, easy powah.

  3. trr says:

    Soon…very soon…

  4. Manny's BanWagon says:

    Joe G is gonna have a nice problem once Grandy comes back finding ABs for all these guys with Wells playing great, Gardener doing a solid job and Ichiro coming on.

    • Laz says:

      Only one should be benched right now is Ichiro. Unless they find another way for them all to get ab’s.

  5. Cuso says:

    Get his ass up here. I need to make a lineup decision in FB.

  6. Preston says:

    I just hope they deal with this right. Granderson should be in a corner, and Ichiro should be on the bench.

    • RetroRob says:

      It is interesting he seems to have played in right the last couple games when he was in the field. Probably telling.

      Ichiro won’t be benched, but he should lose the most playing time if they go to a four-man OF and use the DH slot.

    • Johnny Castle says:

      NOBODY puts Grandy in a corner.

  7. AMANDA says:

    Goodbye fransico

  8. Pistol pete says:

    When he returns Gardner or Ichiro to to the bench. Good problem but who goes.

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