MLB: It’s official, Braves recover Acuña Jr and Soroka in roster after injury

More good news has been made in Atlanta Braves, since this Saturday, November 6, it was announced that Ronald Acuña Jr. and Mike Soroka were reinstated on their roster. The outfielder and pitcher spent most of the 2021 Season MLB on the injured list, but everything seems to indicate that each one has already exceeded their respective injury and they will be ready by 2022.

Atlanta Braves reported this day that both Ronald Acuña Jr. and Mike Soroka have been off the disabled list for 60 days and have returned to the team roster after the injury they suffered.

The Venezuelan missed much of the 2021 MLB season after injuring his knee by falling incorrectly to the grass while making a defensive play against the Miami Marlins.

The pitcher, for his part, suffered from a ruptured Achilles tendon that required surgery, a situation for which he could not get on the mound at any time of the year.

In keeping with everything this way, the Atlanta Braves will be able to count on Ronald Acuña Jr. and Mike Soroka for the Spring Training corresponding to the 2022 MLB Season, in which they will seek the two-time championship.

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MLB: It’s official, Braves recover Acuña Jr and Soroka in roster after injury