Former NL MVP suffers partial Achilles tear, done for season

Former NL MVP suffers partial Achilles tear, done for season

The Bucs are well out of contention at this point, but it’s nonetheless a tough pill to swallow given his popularity among the fans and around baseball in general. He’s also currently sitting on 299 home runs, meaning he won’t have a chance to cross that milestone this year.

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