TORONTO – One week after he suffered a broken left shoulder blade in an outfield collision, Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is no closer to knowing when he will be able to play again.
Tulowitzki said Saturday that he is "making strides" after initially being unable to lift his arm. He was injured when he collided with teammate Kevin Pillar in the first game of a Sept. 12 doubleheader at Yankee Stadium.
"I can lift my arm now. Before I couldn't even move my arm," Tulowitzki said.
Tulowitzki rejoined the AL East leaders on Friday after visiting a specialist in Boston. He said he has trouble finding a comfortable position to sleep, but feels much better after each round of treatment. However, the five-time All-Star said there's no timetable for his return to the field.