Although Jack Myers was included in the Astros’ ALCS roster, he has yet to return to action after suffering a shoulder injury in Game 4 of the ALDS. There are new doubts about Meyers’ status for the rest of the series and perhaps for the rest of next season. Houston manager Dusty Baker told reporters (co Brian McTagart of MLB.com) That Meyers suffered a setback and “actually worse” in terms of health after a few days on Tuesday apparently heading back.
Gavin Shit tried to jump to the home run in the second inning of the Astros’ ALDS Clincher against the Mayers White Sox and left the field with a clear discomfort in his left hand after hitting the wall. Astros felt good enough about Meyers’ condition to keep him on the ALCS list, as his shoulder problem was a pre-existing injury. Red Sox.
Removing a player from the mid-play-off series due to injury means that the player is ineligible for the following rounds, although if Houston can reach the World Series beyond Boston, it would seem that Myers Fall may not be an alternative to the classic roster. In the interim, Baker may have a low position player in hand for the rest of ALCS.
Meyers and Chase McCormick’s center field tandem was a boon for the Astros in the regular season, as the two rookies provided extremely strong defense and tough (107 OPS +) offense after the Miles Stroke faced the Indians in a trade deadline. Jose Siri, another Rocky, has taken on part-time responsibility for Myers in both ALCS’s Game 3 and Wednesday’s Game 5. Carrier, and Meyers sample size (163 PA in majors) is not too large.