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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Rockies Injury Update: Jorge De La Rosa, Wilin Rosario


The Colorado Rockies continue to struggle with injuries and it appears that two more players will join the growing list of teammates on the disabled list.  Pitcher Jorge De La Rosa left Tuesday’s start in the sixth with a thumb injury.  Catcher Wilin Rosario’s left wrist is not healing as expected.

Mariners Injury Update: Chris Denorfia scratched with stiff neck


The Seattle Mariners defeated the Texas Rangers on Tuesday by the score of 5-0. The win improved the Mariners to 72-59, third in the American League West. Endy Chavez had two RBI for the Mariners, while Robinson Cano added his 12th home run of the season. Chavez made the most of his start in place of Chris Denorfia, who was out with a stiff neck.

MLB Moves and Notes - August 27th - feat. Longoria, Holland, Hudson, Ohlendorf


Three pitchers who have yet to throw a pitch in the majors this season are progressing well; find out who in today's roundup.

Pirates Injury Update: Charlie Morton to start rehab Thursday


The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday by the score of 5-2 . The win improved the Pirates to 68-64, third in the National League Central. Ike Davis broke a 2-2 tie in the eighth inning with a three-run home run. Tony Watson got the win in relief to improve to 9-1 on the season. On the injury front, pitcher Charlie Morton, who has been battling a hip injury and sports hernia, will start a rehab assignment on Thursday.

Braves Injury Update: Jonny Venters shut down again with elbow discomfort


The Atlanta Braves are in good position in the National League wild card race with a little more than a month remaining, but they are in danger of falling out of the race in the National League East. One aspect of the team keeping them afloat is a pitching staff which is fifth in the league in ERA. There is some bad news on the injury front, as Jonny Venters, who has been battling his way back from elbow surgery, has again been shut down.

Braves Injury Update: Gavin Floyd won't throw for at least six more weeks


The Atlanta Braves entered a series against the New York Mets on Tuesday seven and half games behind the Washington Nationals in the National League East. At 26th in the Major Leagues in runs scored, the Braves have relied on a pitching staff that is 5th in ERA. There is some news regarding injured starting pitcher Gavin Floyd, who will need at least another six weeks before he's able to throw. He should be ready for spring training next year.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Pirates Injury Update: Andrew McCutchen exits with rib discomfort


Pirates centerfielder Andrew McCutchen, the reigning NL MVP,  was removed from Tuesday's 5-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the sixth inning due to left rib discomfort (video here and below). The outfielder exited two innings after making a spectacular catch, according to Tom Singer of MLB.com. McCutchen was replaced by Starling Marte in center with Jose Tabata comng in to play right field.

Cubs Injury Update: Anthony Rizzo exits with lower back tightness


During Tuesday's match-up against the Cincinnati Reds, Anthony Rizzo exited early with back tightness.

Mets Injury Update: Daniel Murphy and David Wright out Tuesday


Mets third baseman David Wright and second baseman Daniel Murphy were out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Atlanta Braves, according to Tim Healey of MLB.com.

Royals Injury Update: Yordano Ventura to miss start with back stiffness


Blair Kerkhoff is reporting that Kansas City Royals young pitcher Yordano Ventura will miss tomorrow's start.

Tigers Injury Update: Anibal Sanchez could be done for season after setback


Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez had a major setback in his recovery from a strained right pectoral muscle. Michigan Live.com's James Schmehl reports that Sanchez's Tuesday ultrasound revealed that the right-hander has torn the muscle and could miss the remainder of the season although that is not yet definite.

Tigers Injury Update: Miguel Cabrera likely back Tuesday


The Detroit Tigers enters a series against the New York Yankees tonight coming off a 13-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday. Even with the loss, the Tigers are 70-59 and only a game and a half behind the Kansas City Royals in the American League Central. The Tigers played without Miguel Cabrera due to a ankle injury. The good news is that Cabrera should be ready to play in tonight's game.

Nationals Injury Update: Adam LaRoche scratched with sore back


The Washington Nationals enter Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia Phillies coming off a 3-2 loss last night. Even with the loss, the Nationals are 75-55, seven and a half games ahead of the Atlanta Braves in the National League East. Wilson Ramos and Anthony Rendon accounted for the Nationals' runs with solo home runs. The Nationals will try to take game two of the series tonight without the services of first baseman Adam LaRoche, who is out with a sore back.

Yankees Injury Update: Brett Gardner dealing with sore ankle


Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner will not be in the line up once again Tuesday night as the Yanks start a three game series with the Tigers. Gardner has been out since Sunday.

Padres Injury Update: Carlos Quentin, Jedd Gyorko, Everth Cabrera



Manager Bud Black of the San Diego Padres said it's likely Carlos Quentin's season is over due to a bone bruise on his knee reports Jeff Sunders of the San Diego Union-Tribune. Second baseman Jedd Gyorko and shortstop Everth Cabrera are both out with hamstring injuries, but Gyorko's return is "close" while Cabrera's is at least a few days away.

Cardinals Injury Update: Shane Robinson, Matt Adams


St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams was not seriously injured when he ran into a railing after a foul ball in Monday's 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. However, outfielder Shane Robinson sustained a left shoulder injury (video here and below) that will almost certainly lead to a roster move, reports Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com.

White Sox Injury Update: Moises Sierra starts rehab


The Chicago White Sox, who begin a series against the Cleveland Indians tonight, are sitting in fourth place in the American League Central with a record of 59-71. They are coming off a 7-4 walk-off loss at the hands of the New York Yankees. There is some good news on the injury front, as outfielder Moises Sierra had a successful start to his rehab assignment last night at Charlotte.

Brewers Injury Update: Ryan Braun day-to-day with bruised quad


The Milwaukee Brewers pounded the San Diego Padres last night by the score of 10-1. The win improved the Brewers to 73-58 on the season, first in the National League Central. Aramis Ramirez and Ryan Braun homered for the Brewers who got three hits each from Braun, Ramirez and Carlos Gomez. There was a scary incident involving Braun, who collided with Padres first baseman Jake Goebbert. Braun is listed day-to-day with a quad contusion. 

Giants Injury Update: Marco Scutaro not expected to return this year


The San Francisco Giants fell to 68-62 on the season following a 3-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Monday. At five games behind in the division and second in the wild card race, the Giants have a good chance at a playoff push down the stretch. They'll have to do so without veteran infielder Marco Scutaro, who is likely to be out for the rest of the season.

Pirates Injury Update: Clint Barmes activated


The Pittsburgh Pirates dropped to 67-64 on the season following a 3-2 loss ot the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday. The loss puts the Pirates five and a half games out in the Central Division with 31 games to play. On the injury front, veteran shortstop Clint Barmes was activated from the disabled list after missing nearly two months with a groin injury.