San Francisco Giants: Andres Torres Strains Achilles

By Danielle Parenteau
Andres Torres (Credit: Flickr user jkorn via Creative Commons License)

San Francisco Giants outfielder Andres Torres had to leave in the fourth inning of last night’s win over the St. Louis Cardinals.

Two batters after catching a line drive off the bat of Lance Berkman, Torres was unable to go after a ball hit to shallow center by Colby Rasmus.

Amy Gutierrez, in-game reporter for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, provided updates on Torres’s condition through her Twitter account (@AmyGGiants):


“#sfgiants Torres left clubhouse in a boot & a with a crutch. He said he did not want to put pressure on his foot.”

“Confirmed from #sfgiants trainer Torres has a strained left achilles.”

After he came out, Aaron Rowand, who had started in rightfield, moved to center. Taking Rowand’s spot in right was Nate Schierholtz, who ended up going 3-for-3 with a triple.

Outfielder Cody Ross is currently on the disabled list with a torn calf muscle.

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