Yankees latest injury: Josh Donaldson reveals serious calf strain

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Josh Donaldson, a prominent Yankees player, prior to the game against the Angels, disclosed that he is dealing with a significant injury, specifically a Grade 2-plus or Grade 3 calf strain.

The news was reported by Bryan Hoch. The severity of the strain indicates that the muscle has suffered considerable damage, which could potentially lead to a prolonged recovery period. As a result of this injury, he is uncertain about when he will be able to return to the field.

The absence of a specific timetable for his return may be frustrating for both Donaldson and his team since calf strains can be notoriously unpredictable in terms of healing time. Rehabilitation and recovery from such injuries typically involve a carefully managed process, which includes rest, physical therapy, and gradually increasing levels of activity to avoid re-injury.

As Donaldson is a key player for his team, his absence will undoubtedly have an impact on their performance, even though they called up Oswald Peraza this past Sunday. However, his health and long-term well-being are of utmost importance, and rushing back to the field could potentially exacerbate the injury. Hence, the team will likely support him through his rehabilitation, ensuring that he returns to play when he is fully healed and ready to contribute effectively.

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