Outfielder Alex Rios has yet to begin strengthening exercises to test the broken bone in his left hand, which he broke when it was hit by a pitch April 13, but manager Ned Yost expects Rios to begin that process later this week.
Outfielder Alex Rios has yet to begin strengthening exercises to test the broken bone in his left hand, which he broke when it was hit by a pitch April 13, but manager Ned Yost expects Rios to begin that process later this week. File photo by Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press
Outfielder Alex Rios has yet to begin strengthening exercises to test the broken bone in his left hand, which he broke when it was hit by a pitch April 13, but manager Ned Yost expects Rios to begin that process later this week. File photo by Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press
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Royals outfielder Alex Rios still at least two weeks away from return from hand injury

May 05, 2015 7:12 PM

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