The Dodgers have been struggling on offense and obviously, one of the main reasons is because they are missing two of their biggest bats in the lineups.
As most of you know, Max Muncy took a pitch off his right wrist versus the San Diego Padres and after three tests, it was determined that he had fractured that wrist. According to the original diagnosis, it would take about two weeks to heal and we’re about 10 days in and it looks like Max is on pace.
Max Muncy has resumed playing catch with the right wrist that was fractured.
— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) September 7, 2019
SportsNetLA just reported that Max Muncy will be coming back versus the Mets. With Gavin Lux helping Kiké and Gyorko at second right now, Max’s defense isn’t missed as much as his bat.
Let’s hope the wrist heals well enough for him to take those solid at bats that he’s been known for all season.