Jul
10

Update: Gardner and Hafner day-to-day with contusions

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10:10pm: In case you’re wondering, Hafner fouled a ball off his foot in the batting cage during his usual between at-bats routine.

9:39pm: Both Hafner (left foot) and Brett Gardner (right leg) are day-to-day with contusions. X-rays came back negative. Gardner was hit by a pitch before being removed in the blowout game, though I’m not sure what happened with Pronk. He could have fouled a ball off his foot at some point.

8:51pm: Travis Hafner was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the sixth inning of tonight’s game for no apparent reason. Vernon Wells replaced him and faced the right-handed starter Wade Davis. Hafner hasn’t hit at all since missing a few days with shoulder tendinitis in mid-May, and given his injury history, a move like this definitely registers as more than a blip on the radar. We’ll presumably find out more after the game.

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5 Comments»

  1. joek says:

    Left foot contusion xray negative. Gardner right foot contusion xray negative as well both day to day

  2. joek says:

    Sorry was writing that pushed send then saw the update

  3. forensic says:

    Hafner can’t even hit the ball well in the cage…

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