Tigers announced that Miguel Cabrera underwent surgery, not just for bone spurs in ankle but also for a stress fracture in the navicular bone at top of his foot.
The bone spurs were a known problem for Cabrera as they hindered him throughout the second half of the 2014 season. However, the stress fracture is a recent development and that's going to complicate the recovery. Following the procedure, they announced that he would be re-evaluated in three months which means his level of activity until January is going to be extremely limited. If all checks out, then he'll be able to increase his workouts, but this all pushes very close to spring training. It's very possible that he misses some time this spring.
Analyst: Howard Bender View Profile