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OLLU’s Mass Commference kicked off with Andres Munoz

SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) kicked off its inaugural conference for mass communication majors, Mass Commference, with an incredible lecture and Q&A session with Andres Munoz, vice president of marketing and communications for Visit San Antonio, on Monday, April 26. The event was hosted by OLLU Professor, Alexis Arreguin and co-host Catalina Sanchez, public relations major.
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Mariners' Andres Munoz: Still not throwing

Munoz (elbow), whose rehabilitation process from Tommy John surgery was halted in March due to a setback, still hasn't resumed throwing, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The 22-year-old fireballer boasts a 105 mph fastball, so there's undoubtedly plenty of anticipation with respect to seeing him in game action. However, while the Mariners had hoped at one point that would be possible by early June, Munoz's extended pause is beginning to put that timeline in some doubt.
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Mariners' Andres Munoz: Suffers minor setback

Mariners manager Scott Servais said Thursday that Munoz (elbow) hasn't been throwing much recently following a setback in his recovery, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Munoz was already slated to miss significant time to begin the regular season following Tommy John surgery in March 2020, but he's been...
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43 days until Mariners Opening Day! Previewing #43 Andres Muñoz

There are now just 43 days to go until Opening Day! As we have been doing for the last couple of months and will continue to do so until the big day, we are counting down the days by previewing the player that corresponds with the days until Opening Day. So, let’s look at the Mariners new number 43 Andres Muñoz.
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Mariners' Andres Munoz: Throwing bullpens

Munoz (elbow) has been throwing bullpen sessions but is not expected to appear in any Cactus League games, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Munoz came over from San Diego in an August trade which sent Austin Nola the other way despite the fact that he was sidelined while recovering from Tommy John surgery. He underwent that procedure back in March, so it's no surprise that he won't quite be ready for game action during spring training. The fact that he's advanced to bullpen work is certainly a positive, though, so he should be on track to return sometime around June.
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Mariners' Andres Munoz: Heads to injured list

Munoz (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list Thursday, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Munoz underwent Tommy John surgery in March of 2020 and is still in the midst of his rehab. He has been able to throw bullpen sessions in the early portions of spring training and appears on track for approximately a June return. Munoz's placement on the injured list made room on the 40-man roster for James Paxton.
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40 in 40: Andres Muñoz

Hey kid, you wanna build a closer? Come on in. We’ve got all the best gadgets and gizmos, top of the line. You want heat? You got it. Triple-digits. You remember the song they made for the last guy who threw this hard?. It’s about to be time for sequel....
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Seattle Mariners pitcher Andres Munoz set to return in June

Seattle Mariners reliever Andres Munoz is scheduled to return in June 2021. Andres Munoz joined the Seattle Mariners at the most recent trade deadline when general manager Jerry Dipoto sent Austin Nola and two relievers to San Diego. Taylor Trammell was the headline in the trade, but Andres Munoz is a sneaky acquisition for Seattle.
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Mariners' Andres Munoz: Resumes mound work

Munoz (elbow) is throwing off a mound and could join the Mariners' bullpen by June, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Munoz underwent Tommy John surgery in March, but he appears to be progressing well in his recovery. While he won't be ready to debut with his new team by Opening Day, the Mariners hope that he'll be able to return by June as long as he doesn't face any setbacks.