Yan Gomes News Archive
Gomes is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Twins.
Gomes is out of the lineup Sunday against the White Sox, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Gomes is out of the lineup Sunday against the Royals.
Gomes collected a pair of hits in his return to the lineup from a concussion Friday.
The Indians activated Gomes (concussion) from the disabled list Friday.
Gomes (concussion) will need to pass some medical tests before possibly returning Friday, MLB.com reports. "We'll reserve the right to [change our mind]," manager Terry Francona said on Thursday. "Obviously, we'll get him on the flight tonight and we'll let him go through all his stuff today, and then we'll probably even wait and let him get through pregame [Friday] just because there's no reason not to. And then we'll do something."
Gomes (concussion) continued to show signs of improvement Wednesday, MLB.com reports. "In fairness to him, it's probably not fair to say he's going to play Friday, but unless he has a setback somewhere, he's right on pace," manager Terry Francona said.
Gomes (concussion) showed much improvement Tuesday and was able to do some running and pregame hitting activities, MLB.com reports. "He's having a really good day," said manager Terry Francona. "Friday's his day. Unless he has a setback somewhere -- which it doesn't look like he [will] -- he'll probably be ready to go."
Gomes backed off on his activities Sunday after still experiencing concussion symptoms Saturday, MLB.com reports. "I don't think that it'll be more than [seven days], but there's phases," manager Terry Francona said of the concussion protocol Sunday. "They ramp up progressively. I think there's three or four steps, and each one you have to pass. When you pass one, you go on to the next one. How fast, it just depends on how you feel.
Gomes (concussion) has been placed on the 7-day DL, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.