‘Rookie of the Year’ candidate Josh Young out with broken thumb in ‘Texas Emergency’

There’s an emergency for the American League West-leading Texas Rangers in the midst of a tight race. Rookie of the Year candidate Josh Young, 25, is out with an injury.

On July 7 (ET), Young was diagnosed with a fractured thumb in his left hand, according to local media outlets including Major League Baseball Trade Rumors.

Young started the game against the Miami Marlins on July 7, batting fifth and playing third base, but after going 0-for-2 at the plate, he was replaced by a pinch-hitter in the bottom of the sixth inning.

This was due to a fracture from handling a straight hit. Young was injured in the sixth inning while handling a straight line drive with runners on first and second.

With runners on first and second, Young was unable to catch a hard hit ball from Jorge Soler and dropped it. He later made the catch, but was unable to protect himself.

In the end, Texas lost Young, a Rookie of the Year candidate, to injury at a time when they are in a tight race with the Houston Astros.카지노사이트

There’s no word yet on the exact length of his rehabilitation, but it’s unlikely he’ll be back within the month. If he needs surgery, he could be out for the season.

Young was one of the favorites for American League Rookie of the Year this season. However, this injury effectively eliminates him from the Rookie of the Year race.

The second-year major leaguer was batting .274 with 22 home runs, 67 RBIs, 70 runs scored, 117 runs batted in, a .323 OPS and an .813 slugging percentage in 109 games before the injury.

Texas dominated Miami that day, winning 6-0. But they could never smile, as they lost Young to injury.

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