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Glasnow will meet on Tuesday with Dr. Keith Meister, and he is expecting that Tommy John surgery will be recommended to address the partially torn UCL and flexor strain in his throwing arm. More >
Jacob deGrom and Brandon Nimmo, Mets
deGrom has been hampered by injuries all season, and felt additional inflammation in his right arm when he threw a bullpen session Thursday. He will be shut down from throwing for two weeks before beginning to ramp back up. That means he’ll likely be out until at least September. More >
Nimmo felt a “pinch” in his right hamstring while making a diving catch during Friday’s game. He did not play Saturday and was not in Sunday’s starting lineup. More >
Manager Tony La Russa said Saturday that it’s “highly doubtful” Jiménez (right groin tightness) will return during this weekend’s series vs. the Indians. The hope is that he can play Tuesday against the Royals. More >
Kyle Schwarber and Chris Sale, Red Sox
It sounds as if a best-case scenario would have Schwarber (right hamstring strain) starting a Minor League rehab assignment in about a week and perhaps being ready at some point during Boston’s six-game homestand at Fenway Park starting Aug. 10. The slugger was traded from the Nationals to the Red Sox on Thursday. More >
Sale (Tommy John surgery) took another big step forward in his recovery Saturday as he threw five innings and 81 pitches in a rehab start at Triple-A. He allowed one run, one walk and struck out seven. More >
Fernando Tatis Jr. and Chris Paddack, Padres
Tatis exited the Padres’ game against the Rockies at Petco Park on Friday in the first inning after reinjuring his left shoulder while sliding into third base. He was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday with a partially dislocated left shoulder, but the club is optimistic the injury isn’t too serious and is hoping he will be able to return as soon as he is eligible to come off the IL — that was what happened when he was on the IL in April due to the same issue. More >
Paddack was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday after suffering an oblique strain during his bullpen session Friday. More >
Shohei Ohtani and Alex Cobb, Angels
Ohtani’s next start, originally scheduled for Sunday, has been pushed back as he deals with right thumb soreness. The Majors’ home run leader is able to hit without any issues, but the Angels haven’t determined when he will pitch next.
Cobb was placed on the 10-day IL on Friday due to right wrist inflammation. He exited his most recent start on July 23 with a blister on his right index finger. It’s unclear if the two ailments are related. More >
Clayton Kershaw and Mookie Betts, Dodgers
Kershaw (left forearm inflammation) is scheduled to throw a simulated game Sunday, but that might be delayed after he felt some soreness following a three-inning simulated game on July 27. More >
Betts (right hip inflammation) said Saturday that he feels “ready to go” and expects to be activated from the injured list prior to Sunday’s game vs. the D-backs. The outfielder last played on July 19. More >
DJ LeMahieu, Gio Urshela and Luke Voit, Yankees
LeMahieu (triceps strain) and Urshela (hamstring tightness) remained out of the Yankees’ starting lineup Sunday against the Marlins. However, Urshela did appear as a pinch-hitter during Saturday’s game.
Voit (left knee inflammation) has been taking live at-bats at the team’s complex in Tampa, Fla. Manager Aaron Boone said Saturday that Voit plans to talk to general manager Brian Cashman about whether he needs a rehab assignment. More >
James Kaprielian, A’s
Kaprielian was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right shoulder impingement Saturday. More >
Donaldson was scratched from Friday’s lineup because of right hamstring tightness. He remained out Saturday and was not in Sunday’s starting lineup. More >
Tapia was scratched from Saturday’s lineup so that he could rest a toe injury that has gotten progressively worse since Friday, according to manager Bud Black. More >
Anderson has been on the IL since July 16 due to right shoulder inflammation, but he may be cleared for a rehab assignment during the upcoming week. More >
Adalberto Mondesi and Brady Singer, Royals
Mondesi (oblique strain) is expected to begin a rehab assignment “soon,” according to general manager Dayton Moore. He has been out of action since June 21.
Singer (right shoulder fatigue) began a rehab assignment at Triple-A Omaha on Friday, allowing four runs in 1 1/3 innings. He is expected to have multiple outings and build up to around 60 pitches before rejoining the Royals. More >
Flaherty (left oblique strain) is scheduled to have his second rehab start at Triple-A Memphis on Tuesday. If all goes well, he could return to the Cardinals later in the month. He has been on the IL since June 1. More >