Born on September 2, 1994, Dominican outfielder and first baseman Franchy Cordero Vargas plays in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox (MLB). He debuted with the San Diego Padres in 2017, and he has also played for the Kansas City Royals. He weighs 226 pounds (103 kilograms), is listed at 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 meters) tall, and bats left-handed.
Franchy Cordero, a first baseman/outfielder with the Boston Red Sox, has been placed on the disabled list after suffering from a double sprain of his right ankle earlier this week.
Tanner Houck, a right-handed pitcher for the Red Sox, had back surgery on Tuesday and is anticipated to be ready for spring training in 2019. Cordero was taken off the field in the fifth inning Monday night at Tampa Bay after he crashed into the left-field wall while trying to score on Randy Arozarena’s double.
Cordero has a solid hit With eight home runs and 29 runs batted in, he hit 219 in the batting average. After 28 bullpen appearances, Houck finished the year with a 5-4 record, 3.15 ERA, and eight saves in nine opportunities. As a starter, he played four times.
Red Sox outfielder Franchy Cordero became the latest injury concern after going down in the outfield against the Rays on Monday. https://t.co/Ws73ILa1WV
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Just recently, the Red Sox announced that Houck would be undergoing surgery to fix a disk issue. This operation took place in Boston’s MGH, and Dr. Christopher Bono was in charge of it.
After missing two games with back troubles, designated hitter J.D. Martinez was originally scheduled to play Tuesday night against the Rays, but he was replaced in the lineup.
Boston right-hander Nick Pivetta will start Wednesday night’s game against the Rays despite being sidelined with an ailment. After being hit by a comebacker in the third inning of Friday’s game against Texas, he left the game.
On Wednesday, right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, currently on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation, is slated to throw in the bullpen. Later on Tuesday, the Rays defeated the Red Sox 8-4 thanks to home runs from Christian Bethancourt and Yu Chang in consecutive innings.
As part of the three-team deal that sent Andrew Benintendi and cash to the Cleveland Indians and sent Francisco Cordero to the Boston Red Sox, the Royals sent Cordero to the Red Sox. The New York Mets have acquired Khalil Lee, while the Boston Red Sox have acquired Josh Wieckowski and three players to be identified later.
From February 22nd through March 30th of spring training, Cordero was on the injured list due to complications from COVID-19. Cordero was sent to Triple-A Worcester on May 27 after he hit.179 in 34 games for Boston. Cordero was summoned to Boston on July 22 after hitting.329 in 44 games for Triple-A.
On August 16th, he was sent back to Worcester on an option, and then in early September, he was brought up for a few days. Cordero played a total of 48 regular season games with Boston, batting.189, and 78 games for Worcester, batting.300. After being designated for assignment by the Red Sox on October 21, Cordero was sent outright to Triple-A four days later after being declared waiver-eligible.
Cordero was one of six players in 2022 spring training trying out for two spots on Boston’s Opening Day roster. The others were Travis Shaw, Rob Refsnyder, Christin Stewart, Jonathan Araz, and Yolmer Sánchez. His season began in Worcester, but on April 29 he was promoted to Boston.
After the organization completed many trade deadline transactions on August 2, Cordero was optioned back to Triple-A. Cordero was called up for Boston’s August 21 game in the MLB Little League Classic and stayed with the team after Eric Hosmer was placed on the injured list before the Red Sox’s following game.
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