Minnesota Twins slugger Logan Morrison is headed for season-ending hip surgical treatment that may be able to impact his 2019 season as neatly.
FILE PHOTO: Jul 31, 2018; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Twins designated hitter Logan Morrison (99) celebrates his house run within the 6th inning towards Cleveland Indians at Goal Box. Obligatory Credit score: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports activities
The Twins positioned Morrison at the 10-day disabled checklist Saturday evening with left hip impingement, and he advised newshounds he expects to go through surgical treatment for the “power” harm throughout the subsequent two weeks.
“I’ve simply been grinding via it,” Morrison advised newshounds the Twins’ Four-Three win over the Tigers. “Now not serving to any one. Now not serving to myself or the workforce.”
Morrison stated his restoration period of time from the surgical treatment might be 4 to 8 months, which can have him returning as overdue as April of subsequent yr.
Morrison, 30, has battled accidents right through the season, together with a stint at the DL for left hip impingement in July.
“I believe it’s all similar, evidently,” Morrison stated of his well being problems. “I don’t know precisely why. It’s simply a type of issues. I’ve had it for some time.”
In his first yr with the Twins, Morrison hit .186 with 15 house runs and 39 RBIs. He joined Minnesota on a one-year contract value $6.five million in February after he hit 38 house runs as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays final season.
His deal incorporated a vesting possibility for 2019 with bonuses for plate appearances that he gained’t achieve together with his season is over.
“At this time, simply numerous frustration for numerous causes,” Morrison stated. “I didn’t carry out the way in which I sought after to accomplish. The workforce didn’t carry out the way in which we would have liked to accomplish. I think I used to be a large a part of the explanation why we didn’t carry out that manner.”
To fill Morrison’s roster spot, the Twins decided on the contract of right-hander Kohl Stewart from Triple-A Rochester. The 23-year-old will make his primary league debut in a get started towards the White Sox on Sunday.
Stewart, the fourth general select within the 2013 MLB Draft, used to be Three-7 with a Four.47 ERA in 21 video games (19 begins) between Double-A Chattanooga and Rochester this season.
—Box Stage Media