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Top Adalberto Mondesi News

  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Ruled out for spring games

    Mondesi (knee) will not play in any Grapefruit League games this spring, Red Sox manager Alex Cora told Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic on Friday.

    Things had been pointing in that direction for a while now. Cora also added that there remains no timetable for Mondesi's return as he works his way back from last year's ACL tear. The infielder continues to work out and seems to be progressing fine, but fantasy managers should count on him missing at least the first month or so of the season. Christian Arroyo is in line for starts at second base.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Hits and fields grounders

    Mondesi (knee) hit outside and fielded grounders Tuesday in Red Sox camp, Ian Browne of reports.

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora called it another "good day" for the rehabbing speedster. Mondesi is doubtful for the start of the 2023 regular season as he completes his recovery from ACL surgery last May, but he's generally trending in a positive direction and should again be an intriguing fantasy option as soon he's deemed fit to join the active roster in Boston.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Works out Tuesday

    Mondesi (knee) participated in running activities and fielded grounders Tuesday, reports.

    The activity is what manager Alex Cora described as a "great day for him." The manager added that Mondesi's workload will become greater in the upcoming days. The infielder isn't trending toward being ready for Opening Day, but Mondesi is expected to be part of a rotation in the middle infield whenever he's ready to play.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: To have follow-up tests

    Mondesi (knee) will undergo follow-up tests Monday, Ian Browne of reports.

    The goal of the tests is simply to get a better idea as to how Mondesi's recovery from a torn left ACL is going. The infielder has been hitting and taking grounders lately, although not on an everyday basis. Mondesi is not expected to be ready for Opening Day, but we could find out more regarding his timetable following Monday's tests.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Takes batting practice

    Mondesi (knee) took regular batting practice Monday for the first time since last May's ACL surgery, Chad Jennings of The Athletic reports.

    Mondesi has been going through some baseball activities for a little while now but this is the first time he took some rounds of BP on the field in 10 months. He has yet to participate in team defensive drills or run at max effort. Opening Day is considered a long shot, but Mondesi should be able to get into some Grapefruit League games in March.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Begins baseball activities

    Mondesi (knee) has started baseball activities with hitting and fielding drills but is still ramping up his running progression, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.

    Mondesi's rehab is expected to keep him out of the lineup when Opening Day rolls around, which means manager Alex Cora will deploy Enrique Hernandez at shortstop and Christian Arroyo at second base. Once Mondesi is healthy, there could be a rotation of the three players at the two positions until Trevor Story (elbow, 60-day IL) is ready to play.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Opening Day is best-case scenario

    Mondesi (knee) being ready for Opening Day would be a best-case scenario, Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom told Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe on Tuesday.

    Manager Alex Cora expressed optimism about Mondesi's recovery from ACL surgery earlier Tuesday, but Bloom doesn't appear confident the infielder will be ready to play by Opening Day. Mondesi is expected to see playing time at both second base and shortstop once he's healthy, but for now those positions will be manned by Christian Arroyo and Enrique Hernandez, respectively.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Cora encouraged by progress

    Mondesi (knee) looks good at the start of camp, Red Sox manager Alex Cora told Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe on Tuesday.

    Mondesi is behind others at the beginning of spring training as he works his way back from ACL surgery, but his skipper is encouraged by how the infielder looks. Cora noted Tuesday that Christian Arroyo is the team's second baseman "as of now," but the door would appear to be open for Mondesi to take that job if he can show he's healthy. Mondesi was acquired from the Royals via trade last month.

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  • Red Sox's Adalberto Mondesi: Acquired by Red Sox

    The Red Sox acquired Mondesi (knee) along with a player to be named later from the Royals on Tuesday in exchange for Josh Taylor, Mark Feinsand of reports.

    Chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom said Enrique Hernandez remains the likely starter at shortstop, per Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican, and Mondesi should be in the mix for playing time at both shortstop and second base. However, Mondesi isn't fully recovered from the ACL surgery he underwent last May and isn't guaranteed to be ready for Opening Day, according to Ian Browne of Injuries have obviously been the 27-year-old's big bugaboo, but this looks like a small price to pay for the Red Sox for a player with some upside. Mondesi will make $3.05 million in 2023 and is slated to hit free agency next winter.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 190 lbs
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Age: 27
Experience: 5
Bats/Throws: S, R