Injury Update On Toronto Blue Jays George Springer

He played through the injury for the majority of last season.

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer told reporters on Tuesday that his surgically-repaired right elbow "feels good" entering spring training.

Springer played through the lingering elbow discomfort for most of last season before he underwent surgery in late October to remove a bone spur.

In addition, he suffered a concussion and left shoulder sprain during the Blue Jays' disaster AL Wild Card loss to the Seattle Mariners.

It's certainly good news that he's so optimistic about his health entering spring training. The additions of Daulton Varsho and Kevin Kiermaier this offseason should reduce the workload that Springer will be asked to carry this season.

The thirty-three-year-old finished last season with a .267/.342/.472 triple-slash line, with 25 home runs, 76 RBIs, 14 stolen bases and 89 runs scored over 133 games.
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