Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Yoan Moncada Begins Rehab Stint, Return to White Sox in Sight


Yoan Moncada has taken another step toward returning to the White Sox lineup. Moncada is set to begin a rehab stint for the White Sox Arizona Complex League team on Tuesday, according to MLB.com’s Scott Merkin

White Sox manager Pedro Grifol believes that if everything goes well he could return to the MLB roster by the end of July. Moncada will begin his stint with the Arizona Complex League DHing. 

The 29-year-old infielder has been on the injured list since April 9th after suffering a left hip adductor strain while running the bases in Cleveland. He was placed on the 10-IL when the team announced that he was expected to miss three to six months.

 The injury occurred the same day Grifol told reporters that Moncada was nursing a nagging hip injury. However,  Moncada was doing his best to stay on the field and help a depleted White Sox lineup.  Even with the hip issue Moncada still tried to hustle out of the box and leg out an infield single which ultimately caused him to go down. Before the injury, he was one of the few bright spots in the White Sox lineup, hitting .282 with a .774 OPS.

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Jul 9, 2024 9:51 am

Hustle & Moncada, two words I never dreamed of in the same sentence.

Jul 8, 2024 7:12 am

Can they just cut this guy! He offers NOTHING to this team

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