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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Royals Injury Update: Danny Duffy not expected to return until next week


Kansas City Royals lefty Danny Duffy's sore shoulder will force him to miss another start, reports Jackson Alexander of MLB.com. Liam Hendriks will start Tuesday against the Chicago White Sox. The Royals are 1.5 games back of the Detroit Tigers for the AL Central lead, and tied with the two games ahead of the Seattle Mariners for an AL Wild Card.

Mets Injury Update: Matt Harvey throws sim game


With 11 games remaining in the 2014 season, the New York Mets are sitting at 72-79, fourth in the National League East. A bright spot has been the pitching staff, ranked a respectable 12th in the Major Leagues in ERA at 3.57. The numbers are even more impressive considering the Mets have been without reliever Bobby Parnell for all but one appearance and starter Matt Harvey for the entire season. The good news is that Harvey threw a simulated game on Monday, and looked sharp.

Cardinals Injury Update: Matt Adams back in lineup


After sitting Sunday with a "slight" oblique strain, and with an off-day Monday, Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams is back in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers. The Cardinals lead the NL Central by 3.5 games with 12 left to play.

Mets Injury Update: Vic Black, Jeremy Hefner


Mets right hander Jeremy Hefner appears headed for a second Tommy John surgery, reports Adam Rubin of ESPN. Meanwhile, reliever Vic Black (herniated disc) came off the DL on Sept 8, but now will be shut down for about a week with a strained rotator cuff, says Tim Healey of MLB.com

Yankees Injury Update: Martin Prado done for season after appendectomy


The New York Yankees' Martin Prado has played his last game of the 2014 season after undergoing an emergency appendectomy, as Meredith Marakovits of the YES Network tweeted:

Giants Injury Update: Angel Pagan, Brandon Belt, Pablo Sandoval, Michael Morse


Monday night's 6-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks sank the San Francisco Giants to four games back of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the race for the NL West, but the Giants still have a 2.5 game lead over the other NL Wild Card contenders. As for injuries to key players that could affect regular and postseason results, there is good news and bad news, as we see below.

Diamondbacks Injury Update: Jake Lamb sits with quad issue


The Arizona Diamondbacks have struggled to a 62-88 record this season, fourth in the National League West. They are coming off a 6-2 win over the San Francisco Giants on Monday. Mark Trumbo went 2-for-5 with a grand slam home run and five RBI to lead the Diamondbacks, who were again without Jake Lamb due to a quad injury

Twins Injury Update: Tommy Milone's MRI shows no structural damage


The Minnesota Twins fell to the Detroit Tigers on Monday by the score of 8-6. The loss dropped the Twins to 63-87 on the season, last in the American League Central. Although 6th in the Major Leagues in runs scored, the Twins have been derailed by a staff that is 28th in ERA at 4.82. There's some good news on the injury front, as an MRI on Tommy Milone revealed no structural damage and he could return again this season.

Dodgers Injury Update: Hyun-Jin Ryu's MRI shows no structural damage


Left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu will miss his next start, but the Dodgers received good news about his viability as a member of their postseason rotation: an MRI revealed no structural damage in his inflamed shoulder, according to Cody Ulm of MLB.com.

Twins Injury Update: Oswaldo Arcia exits with back tightness


Minnesota Twins outfielder Oswaldo Arcia was forced out of Monday night's game after tweaking his back on a swing, according to Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com. Arcia hurt himself when taking a big hack at a pitch in the sixth inning.

Indians Injury Update: Zach Walters leaves with intercostal strain


Cleveland Indians second baseman Zach Walters left Monday night's 3-1 loss to the Houston Astros in the sixth inning with a right intercostal strain, the team announced. He was replaced by Justin Sellers.

Angels Injury Update: Albert Pujols and Matt Shoemaker exit early


The Los Angeles Angels do not need to worry about winning the AL West any more, but they would like to make it to the postseason with no more injury concerns. Monday was not ideal on that front, with both starter Matt Shoemaker and first baseman Albert Pujols leaving the Angels' win early, as MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez reports.

Astros Injury Update: Collin McHugh exits, suffers contusion from comebacker


Another excellent outing by Houston Astros right-hander Collin McHugh was ended slightly prematurely when he was struck by a line drive off the bat of Lonnie Chisenhall. MLB.com's Brian McTaggart reports that McHugh was hit on the left wrist during the seventh inning when trying to field the sharp comebacker hit by the Cleveland Indians third baseman.

Yankees Injury Update: Francisco Cervelli recovering from migraines


The New York Yankees entered the final 14 games of the 2014 season on Monday with a record of 76-72, third in the American League East. At five games out in the wild card race, the Yankees have little time to make up ground. There is some good news on the injury front, as backup catcher Francisco Cervelli is recovering from migraines that have kept him out of the lineup for nearly two weeks.

Mets Injury Update: Dana Eveland out for season


The New York Mets entered Monday's game against the Miami Marlins with a record of 72-78, fourth in the National League East. The Mets have struggled offensively all season, ranked 25th in the Major Leagues in runs scored. The bright spot has been the pitching, which is 12th in ERA at 3.55. There is some bad news on the injury front, as Dana Eveland has been declared out for the rest of the season.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Padres Injury Update: Tyson Ross start postponed


After feeling some pain after Saturday's start, Dennis Lin is reporting that San Diego Padres pitcher Tyson Ross will have his next start pushed back.

Yankees Injury Update: Masahiro Tanaka could pitch next weekend


New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka may get his chance to pitch again this season when the Yankees host the Toronto Blue Jays in the upcoming four-game series from September 18-21. Tanaka pitched a Minor League instructional game on Monday, throwing five scoreless innings. His return depends on how he feels on Tuesday says MLB.com's Bryan Hoch and Adam Berry.

Tigers Injury Update: Justin Verlander, Alex Avila


With the Detroit Tigers fighting for a division title and having only two weeks left, now is not the time for new injuries to occur. Yet, the Tigers must now keep an eye on pitcher Justin Verlander and catcher Alex Avila. Verlander has a recurring blister, and Avila has light-headedness. The good news is that they are both merely day-to-day.

Nationals Injury Update: Bryce Harper exits with light-headedness


Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was lifted for a pinch hitter, Nate Schierholtz, in the fourth inning of Monday night's game in Atlanta, according to James Wagner of the Washington Post. Schierholtz remained in the game to play left field.

Nationals Injury Update: Ryan Zimmerman to play simulated game Tuesday


It looks like Washington Nationals third/first baseman Ryan Zimmerman has a chance to get in game shape before the regular season ends. The veteran went threw a full workout Monday and will play three innings of a simulated game in Florida on Tuesday, reports Mark Zuckerman of Nats Insider.