Twins left-hander Hector Santiago has experienced another setback, just as he neared a possible return.
Injuries have plagued the Angels’ rotation this season, but the unit took another step toward regrouping when Andrew Heaney was back practicing with the team on Tuesday. Heaney, who underwent Tommy John surgery in July 2016, threw a bullpen session Tuesday before the Angels’ game at Nationals Park. If Heaney feels good after that, manager […]
When the Reds first placed right fielder Scott Schebler on the 10-day disabled list Aug. 1, with bruises in his left rotator cuff, they were expecting him to miss at least a few weeks. Perhaps getting a few extra days shaved from that prognosis, Schebler was sent on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Louisville.
Stephen Strasburg felt he was ready to return to the Nationals’ rotation before his rehab assignment with Class-A Advanced Potomac on Monday night, but the righty assured his right elbow impingement is feeling better and he’ll return soon after a solid outing.
Alex Meyer has been shut down from throwing after experiencing renewed inflammation in his right shoulder, delaying the timetable for his return to the Angels’ rotation.
Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg will make a Minor League rehabilitation start Monday night for Class A Advanced Potomac, the likely final step before he is ready to be activated from the disabled list.
Kevin Kiermaier will resume his rehab assignment Saturday as a member of the Class A Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs. Kiermaier (right hip fracture) had been on a rehab assignment when he experienced a setback in the form of a stiff back. The Gold Glove Award-winning center fielder took batting practice at Tropicana Field on Thursday […]
You can forget about four-time All-Star Ian Kinsler wearing a Brewers uniform this season, according to a report.
Matt Harvey continues to inch closer to a return. The Mets announced that Harvey, who has been on the disabled list since June 15 due to a stress injury to his right shoulder, will begin a Minor League rehab assignment Saturday for Class A Brooklyn.
PHOENIX – Julio Urias went through all of the stages of grief. “I had a lot of emotions,” the 20-year-old left-hander said of his reaction to the news that he would need season-ending shoulder surgery. “You feel sadness. You feel angry. Everything goes through your head. You think about your career.
Before the Nationals would be ready to clear right-hander Stephen Strasburg from the disabled list, manager Dusty Baker said about two weeks ago that Strasburg would have to test the nerve impingement in his right elbow with a simulated game. Strasburg finally completed that simulated game on the mound at Nationals Park on Wednesday afternoon.