JAYS SHORTSTOP IN FOR DIFFICULT REHAB
TORONTO — Troy Tulowitzki still hasn’t watched the replay footage of him rolling his ankle a month ago.
”I could tell from what people told me about it that it looked bad,” Tulowitzki said on Wednesday, speaking to reporters in the Blue Jays dugout for the first time since the injury.
The all-star shortstop suffered torn ligaments in his right ankle while running out a ground ball during a July 28 game.
”As far as I know and what the doctors told me, no surgery (is needed),” Tulowitzki said. “(The plan is) just kind of do the program that they give me, see how I feel.”