OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
3 months ago

Drury (hand) was shifted to the 60-day disabled list prior to Wednesday's game.

EDGE Analysis

Though Drury was unlikely to return to the field during the final stretch of the season, this move confirms that his 2018 campaign has come to a close. In a disappointing year, the infielder battled injuries and a months-long demotion, which led to only 26 games played at the major-league level between Toronto and the Yankees. In a corresponding move, Jon Berti had his contract selected from the minors.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
3 months ago

Drury (hand) is unlikely to return before the end of the season, Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury has been out since Aug. 7 with a fractured left hand. While his chances of returning this season are slim, the 26-year-old is out of his removable brace and is expected to begin a hitting and fielding progression in the near future. The hope is that Drury will enter spring training at full health after a normal offseason.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
3 months ago

Drury (hand) will receive a follow-up CT scan when the Blue Jays return to Toronto at the beginning of September, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury received follow-up imaging on his fractured hand over the weekend, and doctors were apparently pleased with his progress. He's expected to stick in a removable splint until he's reevaluated sometime next week.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

A bone scan revealed Drury's fractured left hand is healing well, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury was able to transition to a removable splint. He's set to undergo follow-up imaging in another 10 days, after which a more concrete timetable for his return will hopefully emerge. The 26-year-old has been on the disabled list since Aug. 7.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

Drury will receive follow-up imaging this week to assure his fractured hand is healing appropriately, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury landed on the disabled list Aug. 7 with a fractured left hand, though he remains without a timetable for his return at this point. Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports that the infielder has been playing catch to keep him arm in shape while his fracture heals.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

Drury hit the disabled list with a fractured left hand Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

It's the latest in a string of bad luck for Drury, who missed an extended period of time earlier in the season with impaired vision and migraines while with the Yankees. The severity of this issue and the possible recovery timeline are not yet clear. Richard Urena was called up to take his place on the roster.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

Drury is out of the lineup Sunday against the Mariners.

EDGE Analysis

With four hits in 26 at-bats during his eight appearances for the Blue Jays, Drury hasn't made much of a positive impression for his new team. Those struggles are unlikely to result in Drury getting phased out of the Blue Jays' infield picture, though he might have to settle for a more restricted role until his bat begins to heat up.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

Drury is not in Tuesday's lineup versus Oakland, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury went 0-for-4 during Monday's series opener and will retreat to the bench while Devon Travis (back) and Yangervis Solarte get starts in the infield.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
4 months ago

Drury (hand) will bat ninth and man the hot corner Saturday against the White Sox.

EDGE Analysis

Drury suffered a left hand bruise Tuesday after being struck by a pitch, but he appears to be ready to make his debut with Toronto. He pieced together an uninspiring .173/.259/.269 slash line through 19 games with the Yankees, so he'll look to turn it around with the Blue Jays.

OUTBrandon Drury
3B TOR
5 months ago

Drury (hand) was traded to the Blue Jays alongside Billy McKinney in exchange for J.A. Happ on Thursday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Drury is on the move once again after being traded to the Yankees this past offseason. The infielder has had a rocky year up to this point, mostly due to impaired vision that cost him time and his role with the big-league club in early April. Across 18 games with New York, he slashed .176/.263/.275 with seven RBI. He's also currently dealing with a bruised left hand that he suffered during Tuesday's game. Moving forward, he will likely be utilized as a reserve infielder for the Blue Jays.