Ronald Acuna Jr. injury update: The Braves star will be examined after having abdominal tension
The brave are waiting to hear about the situation of the outside player Ronald Acuna Jr., who had a stomach strain that forced him to play against the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Sunday night.
Acuna will be examined on Monday, Braves Day, in New York City. Atlanta will play the Yankees from Tuesday in a two-game series at Yankee Stadium. Director Brian Snitker Braves told reporters that Sunday’s game ended late for the Acunas to make the necessary examinations in Chicago.
“So they’ll get it in New York tomorrow and then we’ll know more.” Snitker said on MLB.com.
Acuna was injured when he was immersed in the first base for the fourth session of the Willson Contreras Cubs catcher. He pointed to the right center several times. Snitker stayed in the game and a coach came out to talk to him at second base as he progressed on a walk. Acuna later came home head-to-head in a double-pocket play. He grabbed her belly again, and then Snitker pulled him out of the game.
The 23-year-old Acuna has led the attack on Braves this season as Atlanta won 13-4 on Sunday. He leads the team with seven home races, 16 RBIs and an average of .419 (OPS 1,373). His fascinating start to being a star within baseball has risen.
Atlanta is officially short on the field, with Ender Inciarte (hamstring) and Cristian Pache (groin) both on the injured list. Acuna, Guillermo Heredia and Marcell Ozuna are the only outside players to appear on the Braves ’26-man roster. Third-place Austin Riley and reserve players Johan Camargo and Ehire Adrianza have all played in the playoffs.
Heredia, the Atlanta midfielder at the moment, ran six races against the Cubs on Sunday, with two races, one with a grand slam.