Encarnacion exiting the game after getting plunked. I didn't see where he got hit, but he walked off on his own.
MLB.com "Edwin Encarnacion's injured left wrist is back to full strength, and the Blue Jays' first baseman doesn't expect it to become a recurring problem again this season. Encarnacion dealt with issues in his wrist during the final two months of the 2013 season and eventually had to be shut down late..." February 22
MLB.com "There was a time -- and it was not that long ago -- when Shin-Soo Choo was routinely labeled "underrated." A Sports Illustrated player poll in 2011 dubbed him the most underrated player in baseball. Opposing managers would routinely use the U-word when sizing up Choo's skills. When the Reds..." January 24
CBSSports.com "The Blue Jays have placed first baseman Edwin Encarnacion (left wrist) and left-hander Brett Cecil (elbow) on the 15-day DL. The moves end the season for both guys. Encarnacion 30 will have surgery later this week to repair cartilage damage. He missed a few games with soreness last week and has..." September 18
Encarnacion hit off a tee today will test the wrist tomorrow in BP. Hopes to return this weekend. #BlueJays
Sportsnet.ca "Edwin Encarnacion’s left wrist feels better but there’s a chance he has played his last game of the season. The first baseman has not played since Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Twins due to a left wrist strain. Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Wednesday that while Encarnacion..." September 12
While Edwin Encarnacion's wrist feels better he's not yet ready to play and may not have enough time to return in 2013 per John Gibbons.
Rangers have continued to ask about Encarnacion and Bautista but still appears that Blue Jays won't trade either one.
Edwin Encarnacion scratched from Jays lineup with left hamstring soreness.
Toronto Star "The Blue Jays know they will see manager John Gibbons at the major league All-Star Game next month at New York’s Citi Field. But which Toronto player, or players, will join the skipper at the annual Midsummer Classic remains a question. With the game a month away, the Jays were in Texas on..." June 14
Toronto Star "The Jays had just given away another run on defence when Edwin Encarnacion stepped to the plate in the seventh inning, with Jose Bautista on first base. The Jays had a soul-searching players-only meeting on Sunday, promising to return to an early spring swagger. With a team searching for on-field..." May 01
Toronto Star "Edwin Encarnacion arrived at Blue Jays training camp on Saturday with a bit of swagger — a well-deserved bit of swagger. Encarnacion might be the biggest key to the Jays’ offence — if he isn’t “right,” if he doesn’t reproduce last season’s MVP-calibre numbers, then the Jays have a lineup..." February 17
Bluebird Banter "Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion was the favourite coming into today to win his first Silver Slugger Award today. The award, which is appropriately a silver-plated Louisville Slugger bat replica, is granted to the best offensive player at each position in each league...." November 08
Bluebird Banter "Edwin Encarnacion is one of those guys that always has drawn strong opinions around here. This year, Edwin was easily our MVP and should get some AL MVP votes. I've always liked him, but I didn't figure we'd see this sort of season from the guy. It was nice that the team brought him into spring..." October 10
Toronto Star "It's to be expected that a team on pace for 90-plus losses would feature far more lows than highs from its season. The Toronto Blue Jays are no exception here. While there are several highs to celebrate, the season that will end Wednesday has long since spun out of the hope for wild card..." October 03
Toronto Sun "Edwin Encarnacion wasn't in the Blue Jays lineup Friday, but it wasn't the case of manager John Farrell giving him the day off for having hit both the 40 home run and 100 RBI plateau courtesy of his three-run bomb against Seattle on Thursday. "He's a little sore from getting hit in the (left)..." September 15
Grantland "When news broke Thursday that the Jays had signed Edwin Encarnacion to a three-year, $29 million extension, you could be forgiven for thinking these three little words: That's so Alex. Since taking the reins in Toronto in October 2009, Alex Anthopoulos has developed a reputation as one of the..." July 13
Toronto Star "Alex Anthopoulos recalled an informal clubhouse chat he had with Edwin Encarnacion this season that reinforced everything the Blue Jays general manager had been thinking about his newly extended first baseman. "I had a long talk with Edwin . . . Yunel Escobar was there too, they were hanging..." July 13