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Monday, September 1, 2014

Reds Injury Update: Homer Bailey transferred to 60-day DL


The Cincinnati Reds announced today that they will transfer RHP Homer Bailey to the 60-day DL, making an extra spot for September call-ups, according to C. Trent Rosecrans.

    
  Bailey hurt his right elbow while batting on August 7th, and had hoped to be back in September, but has been shut down for the season with a flexor mass strain in his right elbow. The Reds also made some September call-ups, including Donald Lutz, Yorman Rodriguez, Jake Elmore, Daniel Corcino, David Holmber, Jason Bourgeois, Ryan Dennick, Carlos Contreras, Tucker Barnhart, and J.J. Hoover.  

Prior to the injury, Bailey was 9-5, with a 3.71 ERA in 145.2 innings pitched. 

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Brewers Injury Update: Jeff Bianchi transferred to 60-day DL


The Milwaukee Brewers have placed utility infielder Jeff Bianchi on the 60-day disabled list.

Royals Injury Update; Josh Willingham out with sore ribcage


The AL Central leading Royals will take on the Rangers tonight in Kansas City as they begin a 3 game series. They will do so without Josh Willingham, as he will sit out with soreness in his ribcage and won't even swing the bat until Tuesday.

Dodgers Injury Report: Chris Perez activated


According to Alanna Rizzo, the Los Angeles Dodgers have activated former Indians closer, Chris Perez from the disabled list after he has completed his rehab.  

Giants Injury Update: Michael Morse out with sore hip


Giants first baseman Mike Morse was held out of the lineup today and word is that he is experiencing a sore left hip.

Phillies Injury Update: Mike Adams activated


The Philadelphia Phillies have struggled to a 63-74 record this season, but have won nine of their last 13 games. A bright spot was a combined no-hitter from Cole Hamels, Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon today against the Atlanta Braves. Although far from playoff contention, the Phillies hope to have a strong September to build upon for next season. One pitcher looking to stay healthy and contribute is veteran reliever Mike Adams, who has been activated from the disabled list.

Twins Injury Update: Joe Mauer aggravates injured shoulder


The Minnesota Twins defeated the Baltimore Orioles on Monday by the score of 6-4. The win improved the Twins to 60-77, last in the American League Central. Joe Mauer lead the Twins' attack going 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBI. The bad news is that he aggravated a shoulder injury. Mauer played the entire game as the designated hitter and there is no word if he'll need to miss any time.

Orioles Injury Update: J.J. Hardy exits with back spasm


As the Baltimore Orioles enter September, they may be another player down.  After losing Manny Machado and Steve Pearce, shortstop J.J. Hardy left today's game against the Minnesota Twins with apparent back spasms.

Cubs Injury Update: Anthony Rizzo may get MRI on back


With the very nice news of Jorge Soler making his Wrigley Field debut on Labor Day comes the not-so-nice news about another Chicago Cubs fan favorite, first baseman Anthony Rizzo. Cubs beat writer Carrie Muskat of MLB.com tweeted that Rizzo will sit out again Monday, and he will possibly need an MRI to determine the source and extent of his back problem. Chris Valaika is playing first base for the sixth straight game.

Mariners Injury Update: Willie Bloomquist transferred to 60-day DL


The Seattle Mariners enter a series against the Oakland A's today with a record of 73-62, third in the American League West. With 27 games remaining in the season, the Mariners are just a half game behind in the wild card race. Looking to be on all cylinders the final month of the season, the Mariners opened up spots on their 40-man roster by placing veteran Willie Bloomquist on the 60-day disabled list.

Marlins Injury Update: Henderson Alvarez exits in third inning


Miami Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez left Monday's game against the New York Mets in the third inning after thowing only 40 pitches and showing lowered velocity, according to Juan Martinez of the Sun Sentinal. He was relieved by lefty Brad Hand. The team announced Alvarez has a strained oblique and is day-to-day.

Pirates Injury Update: Stolmy Pimentel activated


The Pittsburgh Pirates begin a series against the St. Louis Cardinals today with a record of 71-65, two games behind the Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Central. The Pirates are geared to make a push at the division title during this final month of the season, as Gerrit Cole will start today and Stolmy Pimentel has been activated from the disabled list.

Cardinals Injury Update: Kolten Wong expects to play Tuesday


After passing all concussion tests following a collision with the ground on Sunday, St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong will undergo further evaluation Monday, but he expects to return to the starting lineup on Tuesday when the Cardinals host the Pittsburgh Pirates in Game 2 of the series. Wong will sit out Monday, but he said he could pinch hit if needed.

Cardinals Injury Update: Michael Wacha begins rehab


The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Chicago Cubs on Sunday by the score of 9-6 and improved to 73-63 on the season. Although just 26th in the league in runs scored, the Cardinals managed nine runs, led by Matt Holliday, who went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI. Tied for first place in the National League Central, the Cardinals are keeping pace with a pitching staff that has an ERA of 3.66. The staff should get an additional boost soon, as starting pitcher Michael Wacha started a rehab assignment.

Blue Jays Injury Update: John Mayberry expected back Monday


Immediately after acquiring him from the Philadelphia Phillies, the Toronto Blue Jays expect to activate outfielder John Mayberry, Jr., from the disabled list on Monday. Doing so will give Mayberry eligibility for the postseason should the Blue Jays make it.

Brewers Injury Update: Matt Garza activated from DL


With MLB rosters expanding to as many as 40 men, there is now little need for teams to use the disabled list for the remainder of the season. Therefore, the Milwaukee Brewers have announced the activation of starting pitcher Matt Garza, who will pitch Wednesday against the team that traded him away last year, the Chicago Cubs.

Cardinals Injury Update: Jason Motte begins rehab assignment


The St. Louis Cardinals improved to 73-63 on the season following a 9-6 win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday. With 26 games remaining, the Cardinals are just a half game out in the National League East and in good position to make a push for the playoffs. One player who may help the bullpen down the stretch is Jason Motte, who started a rehab assignment after dealing with a lower back injury for nearly a month.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Mets Injury Update: Josh Edgin still unavailable


The New York Mets hoped left-handed pitcher Josh Edgin would be available this week.  Now, it appears that he is not healing as quickly as originally thought from bone spurs in his left elbow and will be unavailable for an unknown amount of time.

Royals Injury Update: Eric Hosmer, Omar Infante


The injuries that have left the Kansas City Royals without first baseman Eric Hosmer or second baseman Omar Infante appear to both be healing.  Hosmer started in his first rehab assignment on Saturday and Infante returned to the Royals lineup Saturday after missing four games.

Rangers Injury Update: Derek Holland, Miles Mikolas


The Texas Rangers will be bringing starting pitcher Derek Holland off the disabled list for his first start of the season during their series with the Kansas City Royals.  However, starting pitcher Miles Mikolas was scratched from his start yesterday due to shoulder fatigue.