Giancarlo Stanton has been missing from baseball action since April 1, when the New York Yankees placed him on the injured list with a bicep issue. On April 22, the Yankees announced Stanton was also battling a shoulder injury, and was seeing a specialist in California while the Yankees battled the Los Angeles Angels.
Stanton didn’t meet the team in San Francisco or Arizona during the Yankees west coast trip, which wasn’t according to plan. However, Stanton mentioned on Monday night that there has been some progress regarding his shoulder and bicep, and that he was going to attempt to swing a bat on Tuesday.
Giancarlo Stanton (biceps/shoulder) said he saw a specialist out in California. He will attempt to swing a bat again tomorrow. “No major update for you guys. I’m going to ramp it up and see how it goes.”