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N&N: Franmil Reyes likely to begin rehab assignment this week

Sam Hentges threw five scoreless innings and a Josh Naylor RBI single (off a lefty!) brought home Eddie Rosario for the go-ahead run. With the win, Cleveland improved to 39-30 on the season. Not too shabby!. Cleveland Baseball Team News. That’s 6 HRs now and a .492 slugging percentage for...

Indians' Franmil Reyes: Rehab assignment on tap

Reyes (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday. Reyes is expected to get three at-bats for Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday, and he'll be re-evaluated at the end of the week, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. When he suits up, the 25-year-old will be returning to the field for the first time since May 23, when he suffered a left internal oblique strain. Reyes seems to be slightly ahead of schedule in his recovery process, but he could require several rehab games before he's cleared to return to the big leagues.

Indians' Franmil Reyes: Nearing rehab assignment

Reyes (oblique) could begin a rehab assignment as early as next week, Mandy Bell of reports. Reyes was expected to miss 5-to-7 weeks after he sustained a left internal oblique strain in late May, though he seems to be slightly ahead of schedule in his recovery. The 25-year-old could require a fairly lengthy rehab assignment given the severity of his injury, but he appears to be trending in the right direction.

Cleveland aims to produce 'collectively' without Franmil Reyes: Walk-Off Thoughts

Here are three Walk-Off Thoughts after a split of Sunday's doubleheader with the Toronto Blue Jays brought Cleveland's record to 28-23. Cleveland's sleepy offense comes alive at just the right time to avoid sweep to Toronto Blue Jays. For the first 12 innings of Sunday's doubleheader, Cleveland's hitters had little...

N&N: Franmil Reyes out for extended time with abdominal strain

Zach Plesac struggled. A late rally sent the game to extras. James Karinchak finally was hittable. With the loss, Cleveland falls to 24-20 on the season. Any time you start with a runner on second, you’re kind of pitching with traffic that he didn’t produce,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “Normally, even when he’s got the deep counts, he’s found a way to get out of it. Today, it didn’t work. I mean, the kid’s human.
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What does missing Franmil Reyes mean to the Cleveland Indians’ lineup?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Franmil Reyes is out 5-7 weeks with an oblique injury. The Indians already rank at the bottom of the league in offense. Missing Reyes’ bat for any length of time could be a huge problem for Terry Francona. How will the Indians make up for Reyes’ production in the middle of their lineup? Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga look at their options on Monday’s podcast.
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Cleveland Indians: Franmil Reyes Headed to IL

The Cleveland Indians are holding on tight to a second-place spot in the American League Central but their journey just got a whole lot tougher with designated hitter Franmil Reyes headed to the 10-day injured list. Cleveland Indians will miss key part of lineup. Before being injured, Franmil Reyes had...
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Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/24/21: Kendall Graveman, JaCoby Jones, and Franmil Reyes

Ty France could be back with the Mariners today after his time on the IL due to wrist inflammation. In recent Mariners roster moves, RHP Brady Lail has been claimed off waivers by the Philadelphia Phillies, and Jose Marmolejos has been outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma. Seattle Mariners reliever Kendall Graveman...

Cleveland Indians place Franmil Reyes on 10-day IL with abdominal strain

CLEVELAND -- The Indians placed cleanup hitter Franmil Reyes on the 10-day injured list Sunday because of a strained left abdominal muscle. Reyes was injured while fouling off a pitch in the sixth inning Saturday against the Minnesota Twins. He had an MRI on Sunday morning. The team is expected to provide a more detailed medical update before Sunday's game, but Reyes could miss a significant amount of time.

Struggling Cleveland offense loses Franmil Reyes for 5-to-7 weeks with internal oblique strain

Cleveland's designated hitter Franmil Reyes will be lost for the next five to seven weeks because of an internal oblique strain. Reyes, who initially suffered the injury during a plate appearance on Saturday, was placed on the 10-day injured list earlier on Sunday. The club has purchased the contract of infield prospect Owen Miller to take Reyes' place on the active roster. In order to create room for Miller on the 40-man, catcher Roberto Perez (finger surgery) was transferred to the 60-day IL. Miller figures to get some time at DH during Reyes' lengthy absence.