Jacoby Ellsbury: Latest Updates on Red Sox Star's Shoulder Injury
Alex Speier of WEEI.com has it on good authority from a source that Ellsbury "likely suffered a dislocation or subluxation of his right shoulder."
Bottom line: that's an injury that needs six to eight weeks to heal.
Unless it doesn't respond to rest and rehab. If it doesn't, season-ending surgery would be needed.
Speier notes that Derek Jeter suffered a similar injury in 2003. That year, he was out for six weeks, and then returned to hit over .320.
Until further notice, there is hope for Ellsbury.
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This is insane! I cannot believe what I'm reading. I was going to put Ellsbury on my team, but someone in front of me got him. Good thing I didn't take him
We shall see what happens from here.
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Swiggity swoogity comin fo' that booty.