July 2, 2022


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Ozzy Albis undergoes foot surgery and is expected to return this season

Ozzy Albis suffers from a broken foot

4:43 pm: Toscano Writes The brave would expect the Albies to be able to make a comeback at some point this season.

2:43 pm: anserine Albees He recently underwent surgery to repair a broken left foot. Tweets Justin Toscano from The Atlanta Journal. It is not clear what effect, if any, the procedure will have on the recovery timeline. In any case, Albis won’t be back until at least mid-August after landing on the 60-day hit list yesterday.

Albis broke his foot during Monday night’s win over the Nationals. He tripped outside the hitting box after hitting a ground ball, and the club announced a fracture diagnosis within an hour of leaving the match. Atlanta wasted no time putting him on IL for 60 days the next morning, picking a utility worker Phil Jocelyn to take his place on the list. Orlando Archia He will be the club’s second starting player for the foreseeable future.

Albis, a two-time All-Star, has been off to a bit of a slow start this year, posting the 244/.289/.405 streak personally worst with 263 trips to the plate. Arcia has done well through 18 games this season, but has netted his career .245/.296/.368 at the Major League level. The Braves should want to see if he can continue to perform anywhere near the pace this season. The bats cool down next month.

The Braves have won 13 in a row, and have pulled themselves through five games of the NL East-Leading Mets entering play Wednesday. At 36-27, Atlanta is currently in third and final place of the Wild Card in the National League, having a two-game advantage over the Brewers.

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