Seth Smith Homers, Leaves Game with Tightness in Left Groin
Seth Smith is being listed by the Colorado Rockies as "day to day" after coming out of Sunday's game against the Cubs due to tightness in his left groin, according to MLB.com.
Smith left in the fourth inning after scoring on a double by Jose Morales to tie the game at 5-all. Smith, who reached base on a double of his own earlier in the frame and also hit a home run in the second, is batting .313 with two home runs and eight runs batted in.
Smith has been a great sleeper outfielder in fantasy baseball this season, but fantasy owners will have to keep an eye on him over the next couple days to make sure this injury doesn't keep him out of the lineup for an extended period of time.
Smith has never compiled more than 358 at-bats in a season, but he's had more regular playing time in 2011. That may change if this groin injury persists.
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