This season has been a complete disaster for the Toronto Blue Jays and former All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. It's also now pretty much officially over for the injury-plagued infielder.
Toronto moved Tulo from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day variety, effectively ending his season.
The five-time All-Star has been sidelined since late July after suffering ligament damage to his right ankle on July 28th.
Tulowitzki, 32, was hitting at just a .249 clip with seven homers and 26 RBI in 66 games prior to suffering the injury. He boasts a horrendous .250 average with a .313 on-base percentage since being acquired from the Colorado Rockies in a blockbuster trade during the 2015 campaign. Simply said, that's just not going to get it done.
With Tulo out for the remainder of the season, Ryan Goins will continue to get a regular look at shortstop for the Jays.