Shortstop for the Kansas City Royals On Thursday, team president Dayton Moore confirmed that Adalberto Mondesi was Injured? Adalberto Mondesi had torn his ACL in his left knee. Mondesi seemed to sustain the injury against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday. Adalberto Mondesi is a professional baseball shortstop for the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball.
Mondesi signed with the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball in the year July 27, 2011. When he first signed, he got a bonus of $2 million. His debut was in the year 2012 with the Idaho Falls Chukars of the Rookie-Level Pioneer League.
According to the reports, he is known to be the first player in history that made his first appearance in the World Series with the Royals in the third game in the year October 2015 which was against the New York Mets. In a total of 50 games, he batted.290/.346/.386 with three home runs. Baseball America listed him as the team’s seventh-best prospect.
Mondesi was added to the active roster in 2015 during the World Series. When it was confirmed that he was the first player to make his major league debut since Bug Holliday in 1885, he made a pinch-hit during the championship series.
Is Adalberto Mondesi Injured?
Adalberto Mondesi’s injury concerns and situations started in the opening seasons of 2021 when he first had an injury of oblique muscle strain. As a result, he was placed on the injured list. He had a couple of them until recently, and had a torn knee.
ACL tear was discovered. Due to a number of ailments, he only participated in 35 games last season and will likely only play in 15 this season.