Hardball Talk "Houston just made a huge addition for the stretch run, activating outfielder George Springer from the disabled list after he missed two months with a fractured wrist. Springer has played 159 career games since being called up in mid-April of last year, hitting a combined .247 with 33 homers, 81..." September 04
Houston Chronicle "George Springer, who is on a rehab assignment at Class AA Corpus Christi, is scheduled to speak with manager A.J. Hinch about his status after the Hooks’ game Thursday. Unless there are setbacks, it would not be surprising if Springer is cleared to be activated from the disabled list Friday." September 02
Hinch says Springer will start his rehab tomorrow at Class AA Corpus Christi.
Hinch said Springer will travel to Minnesota with club and take BP on Friday there. Appears he could begin rehab during weekend.
Houston Chronicle "Astros manager A.J. Hinch says George Springer will likely take batting practice Monday or Tuesday during the upcoming series against the Yankees at Yankees Stadium. “It’s very encouraging,” Hinch said. “That’s when it starts to feel real that he’s becoming more and more of an active player,..." August 24
Houston Chronicle "George Springer’s wrist strengthening process isn’t going to be finished in a matter of days. The Astros outfielder is not expected to have to leave the team for a rehab assignment before this homestand is over, manager A.J. Hinch said Sunday morning. Coming back from a fractured right wrist,..." August 16
Astros place Springer on DL (rt wrist fracture). Presley selected from Triple A Fresno. Peacock transferred to 60-day DL.
Houston Chronicle "Center fielder George Springer exited Wednesday night with a right wrist contusion one inning after he was hit in the right wrist by a pitch. Now the Astros might have to start the season’s second half without one of their most dynamic players. “I’m not optimistic he’s going to miss the DL,”..." July 02
SI "The Houston Astros activated righfielder George Springer from the seven-day concussion disabled list, the team announced. The team optioned outfielder Robbie Grossman to Triple-A Fresno in a corresponding roster move. The Astros made the move after Tuesday's 8-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants..." May 13
George Springer cleared for rehab assignment with Corpus Christi tonight.
The Score "George Springer continues to wow us on a nightly basis, but this time it might be at his own expense. The Houston Astros right fielder was taken out of the game in the eighth inning after robbing Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre of extra bases. "That was a scary play," Astros..." May 06
Houston Chronicle "There is no greater attraction in Houston right now than Jose Altuve and George Springer, and fans of a franchise wading through sludge for years should be thankful. Altuve is the crank, the flint and tinder, and every time he reaches base in front of Springer, there’s reason to watch — usually..." May 30
Houston Chronicle "As George Springer jogged off the Kauffman Stadium diamond in the seventh inning Monday night, a pair of teammates waited near the third-base line to give him high-fives as the rest of the Astros moved to the top step of the dugout to greet the rookie right fielder. Springer had just made a..." May 27
Right hip flexor strain for Springer. Luhnow says strength test better than anticipated. He will be evaluated tomorrow
Houston Chronicle "Old friend J.D. Martinez didn’t give much chase to it, and why would he. The Tigers outfielder had seen that trajectory before. It took George Springer until the 84th plate appearance and 318th pitch of his major league career to notch his first home run, and it left in a hurry to right field..." May 09
Source tells the Chronicle that George Springer is on his way to the majors tomorrow.
CBS Sports "According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, top prospect George Springer rejected a seven-year, $23 million contract offer from the Astros back in September. It's unclear if there were any further negotiations after that. The offer is unprecedented because Springer has yet to make his major..." March 20