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Braves' Eddie Rosario: Still working to regain full vision

Rosario said Tuesday he has yet to regain complete sight in his right eye, which has thus far limited him to conditioning work and light exercises since he was placed on the injured list in late April, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Rosario noted that he has a...

Eddie Rosario pens a message to Braves fans

The Braves received some fantastic news regarding Ronald Acuña. He should be back in the lineup any day now, but another outfielder is a little further away from returning. Last year’s NLCS MVP, Eddie Rosario, began the year in an almost unfathomable slump, and it turned out there was an understandable reason why. Rosario had severe vision problems, causing him to have surgery on his eye. He’s been out since April 24th, and the Braves expect him to miss at least another month or two.
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Braves: Options to replace Eddie Rosario

On Monday night, the news broke that NLCS MVP Eddie Rosario will miss significant time for an eye surgery. This vision issue explains his uncharacteristic struggles both defensively and offensively this season. Hopefully, he has a smooth and speedy recovery. In the meantime, the team has plenty of options to fill Eddie’s spot in the lineup while awaiting Acuña’s return.

Braves officially place Eddie Rosario on the IL and name his replacement on the roster

Woods has some promising stuff, but the results haven’t been there over the last two seasons. In 2021, he was injured for most of the season, appearing just six times, with one of them being a start. So far this year, he has a 7.04 ERA in 7.2 combined innings between Mississippi and Gwinnett. I don’t imagine Woods will be used in any other situation other than mop-up duty, and I wouldn’t be surprised if another move followed this one in the coming days before he even makes an appearance for the Braves.

Why Atlanta Braves replace injured Eddie Rosario with relief pitcher?

When the Atlanta Braves placed an outfielder on the 10-day disabled list Monday, they replaced him with a relief pitcher. What’s up with that?. As Trent wrote yesterday, the Atlanta Braves placed outfielder Eddie Rosario on the 10-day injured list due to an issue with his eye. Today we learned that righty reliever William Woods got the call to replace Rosario.

Braves: Eddie Rosario to undergo laser eye surgery

Through the first 17 games of the season, last year’s NLCS MVP couldn’t have started any worse. He’s currently hitting just .068 with a -21 OPS+, resulting in -1.1 bWAR. That’s not the guy Braves fans are used to seeing, but it appears there is a reason for the early season struggles. Late last night, the team announced that Rosario will undergo laser eye surgery to fix his vision.

Atlanta Braves News: Eddie Rosario will Undergo Eye Procedure

It was reported late Monday night that Atlanta Braves outfielder Eddie Rosario would be undergoing a laser procedure on his right eye. Late Monday evening, rumblings of an injury to Eddie Rosario started making their way around social media. Screenshots from Carlos Baerga’s Instagram began to surface, reporting that Eddie...
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Braves' Eddie Rosario: Placed on injured list

Rosario was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday due to blurred vision and swelling in his right retina. Rosario's vision issues may explain his poor start to the season, as he's hit just .068/.163/.091 through 15 games. He's expected to undergo surgery to correct the issue, a procedure which will keep him out for 8-to-12 weeks. Guillermo Heredia, Orlando Arcia, Travis Demeritte and Alex Dickerson could all see more time in the outfield corners in his absence.