Phyllis Slugger Jay Bruce came out of the race on Tuesday night with a tensed right hip muscle, Phyllis said. There is no word about traveling to the injured list, but Phyllis will probably have additional information after the game.
Most of the leaning strains send players to the list of casualties, and it is not unusual for players to miss a month. even with grade 1 strain. Bruce's loss would have been a blow to Phyllis's composition; While he was able to collect only the .277 OBP of his acquisition, Bruce came into play on Tuesday, hitting 0.26 and crashing with an amazing .574 with Phils. He has already scored 10 long balls and six Philadelphia duplicates, and in his first 32 games with his team he has made 29 runs. torn ACL earlier this season and will not come back to 2020. Bruce's absence could open the door for Nick Williams ̵
As he was sent to Triple-A for regular bats, Williams ravaged the International League. In 120 trips to the sign, he recorded a superb value of .358 / .417 / .651 with six hoomers, ten doubles and two trikes. He would be the obvious candidate to replace Bruce in the short term, but he can only wonder if Philles will look again at the commercial market for another option. While Phyllis quickly faded in the NL East race, they are still very much in the density of the NL Wild Card mix. And after such an aggressive off-season, it would be frustrating for a concession for team decision makers to act as something other than a buyer of the deadline.