Found September 05, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
Things have not gone well for Cameron Maybin since he signed his five-year, $25 million extension with the Padres prior to the 2012 season.  He played in 147 games in 2012, but he hit just .243.  This season, he has been plagued by injuries.  He will end the season with just 14 games-played.  Maybin will undergo season-ending wrist surgery. #Padres Maybin will have surgery on his right wrist. Issue he's long dealt with. Outside chance he could still get winter ABs in December. — Corey Brock (@FollowThePadres) September 4, 2013 Maybin had an impressive first season with the Padres, and the club thought they had found the future face of the franchise.  That's part of why the front office wanted to give him an early extension and buy him out of his arbitration year.  Unfortunately, the move has not worked out.  However, the extension was very team friendly. In his seven Major League seasons, Maybin is a .248/.311/.370 hitter.  He has shown at times that he can hit for power, he clearly has speed, and he can play Gold Glove defense.  The question the Padres still have is whether Maybin will ever be able to put all those things together at once. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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