The Tampa Bay Rays were hit with a brutal injury update on Tuesday, as star shortstop and former No. 1 prospect Wander Franco was placed on the 10-day Injured List. According to Tricia Whitaker, Franco is dealing with a right quad strain, prompting the team to put him on the shelf in order to get back to 100%.

Franco sustained the injury during Monday’s game against the Texas Rangers, forcing him to leave the game. Prior to his exit, he had collected three hits in four at-bats, while driving in 2 RBI.

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It’s unclear how long Franco will be forced to miss as a result of the injury, and fans will need to wait for a more detailed update from the team, but it’s certainly concerning that the team has already transferred him to the 10-day IL considering hs sustained the injury just one day prior.

A quad strain is a particularly difficult injury to assess, as it largely depends on the severity of the strain. Players can miss as little as two weeks, or be sidelined for multiple months, depending on the injury and recovery process. The Rays will certainly be hoping Franco’s injury falls on the less severe side and he can be back in the lineup before long, but that still remains to be seen.

The 21-year-old had been slashing .270/.305/.421 with 4 home runs, 19 RBI, and 27 runs scored across 45 games this season. While he’s on the mend, middle infielder Taylor Walls figures to see more time at shortstop for the Rays.