SAN DIEGO Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuna Jr. will start a restoration task with Triple-A Gwinnett on Tuesday as he approaches a return from the torn right ACL that finished his 2021 season.
Atlanta’s media relations group expressed before the Braves’ down Sunday night against the San Diego Padres that Acuna would join Gwinnett at Jacksonville for a series starting Tuesday.먹튀검증사이트
“I’m certain he’s eager to play genuine games under lights,” Atlanta supervisor Brian Snitker said. “It’s slowing down to where we can get him back. That will be a lift for this club.”
The 24-year-old Acuna is a double cross All-Star and was playing like a MVP competitor last season prior to harming his right knee in the outfield at Marlins Park on July 10. He was hitting .283 with 24 homers and a .990 OPS in 82 games at the hour of the injury, and was left an onlooker for Atlanta’s World Series title run.
Acuna opened this season on the 10-day harmed list and has been working out at the club’s spring preparing office in North Port, Florida. The Braves (5-5), the safeguarding World Series champions, took a two-game series of wins into the series finale against the Padres.