Blue Jays plan to switch George Spinger’s role when he returns from injury

Toronto Blue Jays has found a significant drop in his roster for several days now because George Springer suffered from another injury which made him have to pause his activity again in the 2021 Season of MLB. Azulejos recently unveiled its plans for Springer on his return and these would include a change of role in the team.

Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo recently stated that he has already considered some changes to the role George Springer will play on the team when he returns from injury.

The Canadian team helmsman reported that the veteran would be used constantly as the designated hitter (DH) from the line up and no longer as a gardener, his recurring position.

The ex-Houston Astros suffered a knee injury a few days ago that slowed down again this season, which has already been difficult for him to begin with.

Despite the difficulties George Springer has shown that when he is healthy he can give good presentations with the Toronto Blue Jays, which have already led him to be named ‘Player of the Week’ twice in MLB 2021.

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