Blue Jays' George Springer leaves game vs. Rays after spraining ankle on catch attempt

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Toronto Blue Jays center fielder George Springer was forced to leave Friday night's game with the the Tampa Bay Rays. Springer crashed hard into the left-center field wall trying to make a play on Brandon Lowe's triple in the bottom of the second inning. The 32-year-old Springer came into the game batting .278 with a team-leading seven home runs and 18 RBIs through 115 at bats.
Blue Jays' George Springer leaves game vs. Rays after spraining ankle on catch attempt
7 days ago

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Blue Jays' George Springer leaves game vs. Rays after spraining ankle on catch attempt

Springer was replaced in the lineup with Raimel Tapia

7 days ago·United States
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Sportsnet

George Springer injury adds to Blue Jays troubles after latest loss to Rays

After the Toronto Blue Jays’ loss to the New York Yankees on Wednesday, George Springer decided the team needed to talk. Among the themes he touched on were fighting through adversity and being ready to adjust, points made all the more pertinent when Springer left Friday night’s 5-2 defeat to the Tampa Bay Rays after rolling his left ankle.

7 days ago·Canada
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Sports Illustrated

Blue Jays' CF George Springer Forced to Leave Game With Rays After Crash Into Wall

Veteran center fielder George Springer crashed awkwardly into the wall in center field at Tropicana Field on Friday night, and was forced to leave the game in the fourth inning. The 32-year-old misplayed a triple by Brandon Lowe, and then landed funny as he hit the wall after the ball bounced off his arm.

7 days ago·New York, United States
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Blue Jays Injury Report: George Springer Leaves After Hard Crash Into Centerfield Wall

The Blue Jays removed outfield George Springer with a left ankle sprain he suffered after crashing into the wall in the ...

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