Alex Verdugo demonstrated this 2019 campaign that is made for great things, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have it very clear.
It is for this reason that the team's manager does not plan to anticipate the return of his young gardener putting his physical integrity at risk, especially when the season is about to end and the postseason is just around the corner.
Alex Verdugo still feeling back soreness after playing two rehab games. Timetable for return delayed and he might return to Arizona for treatment.— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) September 4, 2019
Dave Roberts Dodgers manger recently mentioned about the Executioner's injury who was close to returning, however, back discomfort after two rehabilitation games have prevented this from happening.
To do this, the Dodgers sent the player back in Arizona where he will receive additional treatment, the foreman said. Executioner became an important piece of the Dodgers both offensively and defensively, he proved that he is a complete player.
The 23-year-old outfielder was taken off the team roster and entered the 10-day disabled list after presenting an oblique injury that prevents him from being on the field.
During the season, Verdugo records a .294 batting average with 12 home runs and 44 RBIs.