The Houston Astros just released the following statement wiht all the details.
HOUSTON, TX — Astros second baseman Jose Altuve underwent successful surgery on his right knee on Friday in Houston, President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Jeff Luhnow announced today.
Altuve is expected to make a full recovery and to be ready to play for Spring Training. He missed 21 games while on the Disabled List from July 28-August 21 due to discomfort in his right knee. It marked the first time that Altuve had spent any time on the DL in his Major League career, which began in 2011.
The six-time All-Star and 2017 AL MVP has played 1,119 regular season games in his Major League career.
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