Dallas Keuchel Got Hurt In The Astros' Championship Parade

Astros&apos Dallas Keuchel pitched two months with foot injury report says

Dallas Keuchel was seen in a walking boot Saturday and told TMZ he had hurt it during the Astros World Series

While it's unclear if Keuchel, 29, indeed aggravated the foot injury during the parade, ESPN reports that the lefty was dealign with plantar fasciitis over the last two months of 2017, with the Astros announcing Sunday that their ace was simply recovering from a minor foot sprain.

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Keuchel was seen in a walking boot Saturday and told TMZ he suffered the injury during the Astros' World Series parade. This story appears to not be true.

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Keuchel missed almost two months during the regular season from June 8 through July 28 due to neck discomfort. It should be noted he was hurt while playing baseball, it was not an off-the-field injury, so he would not have lost any money because of it. He struggled in the second half with a 4.24 ERA in 12 starts after going 9-0 with a 1.67 ERA before going on the disabled list. He did go on to post a 3.58 ERA in five postseason starts, but his final time out he threw 3 2/3 innings while allowing four runs (three earned) in Game 5 of the World Series. But the injury did not necessitate surgery, and he is now working out in Houston and expects to be ready for the start of spring training, a source said.

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