Snodgrass’s timetable to make it back to the field is estimated at six to eight weeks, which means he could be back just before the playoffs or not make it back at all. In the absence of their starting second baseman, the T-Wolves have a few options to plug the gap.
Outfielder Tristan Ferrell is converting to second, while bothers Hal and Thomas Hughes, who usually anchor the left side of the infield, can also move around to plug the hole depending on who is on the mound and behind the plate for North.
“It’s devastating to lose him,” Aylor said. “I’ve been in the weight room with him all summer, and I know how much work he’s put in. He’s helping out now with everything he can, doing what a senior should do. Hopefully he’ll heal quickly and be able to come back for us.”
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