PITTSBURGH: Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco broke a bone in his proper wrist enjoying winter ball in the Dominican Republic.
The Pirates reported Saturday that Polanco has a modest nondisplaced fracture of the triquetrum bone and that the wrist will be immobilized for a quick time. The group did not say how the injuries occurred.
The 29-yr-old Polanco is envisioned to be 100% by the start of spring schooling.
Polanco batted just .153 with seven homers and 22 RBIs in the course of the pandemic-shortened 2020 time immediately after tests constructive for the coronavirus during the team’s summer time camp.
Polanco was hitting .197 with two homers in 21 game titles for Leones del Escogido in the Dominican League prior to the personal injury.
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