Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier underwent season-ending hip surgery last month, and the outfielder took to Twitter to send a video updating on his recovery and thank fans for the support this week. Kiermaier indicated that the hip issues which ultimately required the surgery have plagued him for the past year and a half. The Rays described the surgery as a procedure to address an impingement and repair the labrum, per Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times.
Kiermaier revealed that the season-ending surgery he underwent Aug. 3 went well, and he expects to return pain-free for the start of the 2023 campaign, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. According to Topkin, Kiermaier is expected to need seven months to complete his rehab and recovery from...
Tampa Bay outfielder Kevin Kiermaier had his hip surgery in Nashville on Wednesday and is back home, ready to attack his rehab. He vows to be back in 2023 ''better than ever,'' but it's the Rays who hold the option on his big $13 million contract next year. Kiermaier says he'll be back, but will the Rays say yes?
DETROIT — Rays centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier said Wednesday that surgery on his left hip went well, he is feeling great and excited about returning to play in 2023. “I am so excited about the thought of being healthy moving forward,” Kiermaier said in a video posted to his Twitter account. “It has been an absolute grind what I’ve played with this last year and a half, and I just want to let everyone know that I’ll be OK.
The Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash told reporters Monday that the team has lost outfielder Kevin Kiermaier and catcher Mike Zunino to season-ending injuries. Both players are in the final year of their contracts with the Rays, and both are scheduled to undergo surgery soon. Kiermaier, who hasn’t played...
Good morning! With a 4-3 win against the Texas Rangers last night, the Mariners look to take two in a row with George Kirby on the mound for a 7:10 start. Solid piece of hitting from Mariners prospect Starlin Aguilar last night:. An impressive throw from Cal Raleigh and pick...
Tampa Bay Rays rule center fielder Kevin Kiermaier, catcher Mike Zunino out for season with injuries
Tampa Bay Rays standouts Kevin Kiermaier and Mike Zunino are out for the season because of injuries, another significant blow for the defending American League East champions. Manager Kevin Cash said before Monday night's game at Baltimore that Kiermaier is having an operation in the coming weeks. The 32-year-old outfielder hasn't played since July 9 because of a left hip injury, and Kiermaier said earlier this month that he might miss the rest of the regular season.
The Tampa Bay Rays will be without center fielder Kevin Kiermaier and catcher Mike Zunino for the rest of the season, according to team sideline reporter Tricia Whitaker. Kiermaier will undergo surgery to repair a torn hip labrum while Zunino will undergo an operation to treat thoracic outlet syndrome. Kiermaier,...
The Rays will be without centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier and catcher Mike Zunino for the remainder of the season, the team said Monday. Kiermaier is scheduled to undergo surgery on the labrum in his left hip early next month. Zunino is slated to have thoracic outlet syndrome surgery to repair weakness and tingling in his left shoulder.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash told reporters Monday that outfielder Kevin Kiermaier and catcher Mike Zunino would both undergo season-ending surgeries. Kiermaier will have labrum surgery in his left hip and Zunino will undergo surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome. Both players are in the final year of their contracts...
The injury bug has bitten the Tampa Bay Rays hard, and it was reported on Monday that both center fielder Kevin Kiermaier and catcher Mike Zunino will miss the remainder of the 2022 season. Kiermaier, 32, will undergo surgery to repair a hip injury. Zunino, 31, will undergo a procedure...