Philadelphia Phillies' Prospect Roman Quinn Suffers Ruptured Achilles Tendon
Minor league baseball player Roman Quinn has suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in his right foot during the off-season while working out.
The shortstop was running sprints when the injury occurred.
Apparently, Quinn has already undergone Achilles tendon surgery to repair the rupture, and now he faces the long road to recovery. There is currently no timetable for Quinn’s return. He is out of play indefinitely.
This is an unfortunate injury for any athlete, but it may especially bad for Quinn, who is a fast player whose “legs are such a big part of his game,” according to Joe Jordan, the director of player development for the Philadelphia Phillies.
However, this time out may give Quinn the chance to undergo another surgery as well. There has been talk that he may go ahead and have surgery on his wrist while he is rehabilitating from his Achilles injury.
Hopefully, Quinn will recover from both surgeries well and will be back on the diamond again soon, and back to his old self. We wish Quinn the best during his rehabilitation and hope it is a speedy process!
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