NL West: Maybin ruptures biceps tendon, out 2-3 months

NL West: Maybin ruptures biceps tendon, out 2-3 months
March 3, 2014, 12:00 pm
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Cameron Maybin playing in just 14 games in 2013 due to knee and wrist injuries. (AP)

UPDATE (12:49 P.M.):

The Padres’ sleeper status in the NL West has already taken a hit: center fielder Cameron Maybin will miss 2-3 months with a ruptured biceps tendon he suffered making a diving catch in Sunday’s game.

The injury comes after Maybin was limited to 14 games last season with wrist and knee injuries. So, the Padres are used to playing without him. Nevertheless, he is easily their best defensive center fielder and he’s had his moments offensively, too, though his chronic wrist troubles have taken away from his game there.


Padres center fielder Cameron Maybin left Sunday’s game after landing on his shoulder in the outfield and is now considered “doubtful” for Opening Day.

No word yet on the official injury because he’s scheduled to undergo further testing, but Maybin apparently did some damage to his biceps tendon in addition to the shoulder.


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