Eddie Rosario suffered a hamstring injury against the Mets

Puerto Rican outfielder Eddie Rosario left Monday’s game against the Mets at Truist Park after straining his left hamstring.

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Rosario he hit a solo home run in the second inning, his fourth of the season and the 11th since arriving in Atlanta, making it 2-0. In the end, the Braves ended up beating the Braves 13-1 in a lopsided manner over the leaders of the NL East.

However, the native of Guayama was removed from the game at the height of the seventh episode, being replaced by Robbie Grossman, who hit as a pinch hit in that inning.

Meanwhile, Brian Snitker told reporters that Rosario will miss some games. Still, the team hopes he can avoid going on the disabled list for the second time this season.

Rosario has not been able to hit like he did in his first season and a half with the Braves and even in the last postseason, in fact in 48 games this season he has averaged .185 (28-151) with 18 RBIs and 16 runs scored in 164 appearances at plate, in addition to a poor .238 OBP, .325 Slugging and .563 OPS.

For his part, with the arrival of Robbie Grossman prior to the trade deadline, from Detroit; Atlanta has opted to use Eddie Rosario only against right-handed pitchers. However, he hasn’t fared well against them either; this despite the fact that this Monday he hit a home run against the shipments of the Venezuelan Carlos Carrasco.



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