Cubs get good news on Joc Pederson’s progress with wrist injury

Cubs get good news on Joc Pederson’s progress with wrist injury

PITTSBURGH, PA – APRIL 10: Joc Pederson # 24 of the Chicago Cubs responds after a called strikeout during the first inning versus the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on April 10, 2021 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images).
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Its appearing like Chicago Cubs Joc Pederson could be returning to the lineup quicker than expected for David Ross.
Earlier today, the Chicago Cubs got some bad news on outfielder Joc Pederson, who suffered a wrist injury and was put on the 10-day Injury List. In whats been a rough start to his playing days for the Cubbies, the news rather actually rubbed salt in the wound.

Nevertheless, the current upgrade on the veteran slugger is encouraging, as skipper David Ross said that Pederson is making lots of strides and the development has certainly been assuring.

Ross says Joc Pederson (left wrist) has made excellent development in past couple of days. Might begin light hitting as early as Tuesday. As Cubs head to Atlanta, Pederson will stay back and then get work done at South Bend site.
— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) April 25, 2021.

The Chicago Cubs have actually gotten some appealing news on veteran outfielder Joc Pederson.
As you can see from the tweet above, Pederson indeed is feeling far better and his injury does not seem major whatsoever. The Cubs wont rush him back, of course, however its appearing like fans can see him back in the lineup quickly enough.
Once he does go back to action, Ross and Co. will hope Pederson can return to his usual standout kind. That just hasnt held true so far in 2021. Before being placed on the IL, Pederson was sporting a. 137 batting average with only one homer and seven hits. When he signed his 1 year contract, those are certainly not the kinds of statistics the team was anticipating from him.
Looking ahead to the rest of the project, Pederson and the rest of the people in the dugout requirement to wake up at the dish. The Cubs are a frustrating 10-10 on the year as of this writing and sit in 3rd place of the NL Central standings.

Ross says Joc Pederson (left wrist) has made excellent progress in past couple of days. As Cubs head to Atlanta, Pederson will stay back and then get work done at South Bend site.
When he does return to action, Ross and Co. will hope Pederson can return to his normal standout form. Looking ahead to the rest of the campaign, Pederson and the rest of the men in the dugout need to wake up at the meal.