BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is out for the remainder of the season, according to multiple reports.
Davis underwent arthroscopic surgery in Dallas Wednesday to repair a left hip labrum, MASN’s Steve Melewski reported.READ MORE: Baltimore Rolling Out 190K New Recycling Carts Over The Next 5 Months
Normally it takes someone four to five months to return — so he’s projected to be out the rest of the season.
O's VP Mike Elias said Chris Davis underwent arthroscopic surgery today to repair a left hip labrum. Typically takes anywhere from 4-5 months to return so he projects to be out for the year.
— Steve Melewski (@masnSteve) May 19, 2021READ MORE: Grand Jury Indicts 3 Suspects In Murder Of 8-Year-Old PJ Evans
Mike Elias on his Zoom call said Chris Davis has undergone surgery this morning to repair left hip. In Dallas. Arthroscopic procedure #orioles
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