The Washington Nationals say slugger Juan Soto left Sunday’s 7-4 loss to the Miami Marlins with a left calf damage.
In keeping with the workforce, Soto was present process an MRI after the sport to find out the extent of the damage.
“We’ll reevaluate him and see what is going on on,” supervisor Dave Martinez mentioned.
Soto flexed and pointed to his left leg after making a throw in proper subject within the third inning and was taken out after being concerned in a rundown within the fourth.
Soto had his hitting streak snapped at eight video games after getting walked twice.
“Oh, yeah, it is terrifying, clearly,” mentioned Nationals first baseman Josh Bell, who ended Pablo Lopez’s no-hit bid within the seventh and hit a go-ahead solo house run within the eighth. “Fingers crossed that it isn’t something too, too time-consuming. We’ll see. I do know he is most likely going to get the outcomes again right here quickly. I do know we’re all holding our breath for him. I suppose time will inform.”
In different Nationals information, Martinez mentioned right-hander Victor Arano (infected left knee) is near returning after throwing a bullpen session and going by some agility drills, with a visit to the workforce’s minor league facility in West Palm Seaside, Florida, up subsequent earlier than a rehab task.
Righty Anibal Sanchez, who has been on the 60-day injured record with a pinched nerve in his neck since April, was set to throw roughly 60 pitches over 4 innings or so Sunday evening for Triple-A Rochester. And lefty Evan Lee (left arm) can be anticipated to start out a throwing program in Florida, Martinez mentioned.
Data from The Related Press was used on this report.