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Braves: Injury updates for Ian Anderson and Huascar Ynoa

As the first game of the Braves double-header with the Mets was under way, David O’Brien of The Athletic broke some news regarding the injuries to Ian Anderson and Huascar Ynoa. Anderson, who is dealing with a shoulder issue, is now playing long toss. He plans to throw off the mound later this week, but it will still be a little before he’s back in Atlanta. O’Brien reports Anderson will likely need at least one rehab start before returning to the majors. Ynoa is a bit further along. He’s scheduled to make his first rehab appearance tomorrow.
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Braves’ Ian Anderson likely to make rehab start before returning

Braves starter Ian Anderson played long toss Monday and “feels good” as he works his way back from right-shoulder inflammation, manager Brian Snitker said Monday. Anderson should be working on the mound this week, according to the manager, and will likely make at least one rehab start before rejoining the rotation. Anderson, 23, last pitched July 11 in a start against the Marlins.
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Braves' Ian Anderson: Nearing mound work

Anderson (shoulder) played long toss Monday and could throw off a mound later this week, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. The right-hander resumed his throwing program late last week and is nearing his return to mound work after the brief shutdown. Anderson will need to build his workload back up before rejoining the starting rotation, and he's expected to make at least one rehab start in the minors.

Braves' Ian Anderson: Able to play catch Thursday

Anderson (shoulder) played catch before Thursday's game, Paul Casella of MLB.com reports. "He said his shoulder felt really good," manager Brian Snitker said afterward. "So that was a really good thing." The club will wait to see how the right-hander is feeling Friday before moving on to the next step...
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Drive further north on I-5, Ian Anderson

Great article Mr. Anderson. (“Best San Diego food in most hidden corners, Cover Stories,” July 14) We here in Coastal North County also have our share of unconventionally stationed eateries. Keep your foot on the gas a little longer on the 5 and you’ll see a grand windmill on your right. The Windmill Food Hall is an entire food court. Here you can find all the flavors from 14 different food vendors (and 1 bar). With many choices that are hard to find elsewhere.

Husacar Ynoa and Ian Anderson get encouraging news regarding their injuries

Getting Anderson back is huge; he has arguably been the steadiest presence in Atlanta’s rotation all season. I wasn’t worried about him, considering he’s only dealing with shoulder inflammation. However, Ynoa is a more intriguing addition. He appears to be on the same early-August timeline that we got a few weeks ago. With Atlanta’s bullpen struggling and no natural spot available, perhaps Ynoa could pitch out of the pen for a few weeks while he gets warmed back up. The Braves will still need to add some bullpen arms, but maybe Ynoa could fill that role when he returns. Hopefully, he’s effective, and the broken hand has no long-term effects.
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Braves' Ian Anderson: Feeling better

Anderson (shoulder) is feeling better and will be re-evaluated in a few days, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Anderson hit the injured list Friday with right shoulder inflammation and was scheduled to be shut down for 7-to-10 days. Given that he's feeling better, it's possible he hits the short end of that timeframe, which would accelerate his eventual return to the active roster, though that can't be certain until the results of his re-evaluation are known.
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The Daily Chop: Another win slips away, Joc Pederson’s role, Ian Anderson and more

The Atlanta Braves homered three times Friday night but the bullpen was unable to protect a late lead in a 7-6 loss in 10 innings to the Tampa Bay Rays. The loss drops Atlanta to 44-46 on the season, but they remain four games back in the NL East standings thanks to a Mets loss to the Pirates. The Braves may not be throwing in the towel yet, but they simply can’t afford to let opportunities like Friday slip away.

Braves bring back Touki Toussaint as Ian Anderson hits the IL

The Braves most recent tweet made me smile before sticking a dagger right through my heart. On the bright side, Touki Toussaint has been reinstated from the 60-day IL, but in a corresponding move, Ian Anderson is heading to the IL with shoulder inflammation. Let’s start with the good: Toussaint...
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Braves place RHP Ian Anderson on IL with right shoulder inflammation

The Braves announced that right-hander Ian Anderson has been placed on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to July 13, with right shoulder inflammation. To replace him on the active roster, righty Touki Toussaint has been reinstated from the 60-day IL. Touissant will rejoin the 40-man roster, which had a vacancy but is now full.
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Shenendehowa’s Ian Anderson Placed on Injured List by Braves

The Braves will be without one of their best pitchers, and the Capital Region will be without one of their biggest rooting interests, for some time. Both groups will be missing Ian Anderson, who was put on the 10-day injured list with shoulder inflammation. Per the report from SB Nation, Anderson lasted just 2 2/3 innings in his final start before the All-Star Break, and the team said that he would have his shoulder checked out during the actual break.
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Joc Pederson to slot into leadoff spot, Ian Anderson update and more

Joc Pederson won’t be in the Atlanta Braves lineup when they return to action Friday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, but he could join the team and be available off the bench. Brian Snitker said during Friday’s pregame that Pederson was on a flight and they weren’t sure when he would arrive.
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Braves place Ian Anderson on injured list, activate Touki Toussaint

In advance of Friday’s series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Atlanta Braves placed right-hander Ian Anderson on the 10-day injured list due to shoulder inflammation. The team reinstated right-hander Touki Toussaint from the 60-day injured list to take Anderson’s spot not he active roster. Anderson lasted just 2...
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Braves place Ian Anderson on IL, reinstate Touki Toussaint

The Braves placed right-handed pitcher Ian Anderson the 10-day injured list Friday and reinstated righty Touki Toussaint and added him to the active roster. Anderson goes on the IL retroactive to Tuesday because of inflammation in his right shoulder, the team announced. He started Sunday against the Marlins and lasted only 2-1/3 innings, allowing four runs on six hits and five walks. That was the most hits and walks combined that he’s allowed in a game this season.

Braves' Ian Anderson: Lands on injured list

Anderson was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with right shoulder inflammation, retroactive to July 13. Manager Brian Snitker said the right-hander was likely headed to the IL after experiencing shoulder soreness during his start Sunday, and the move is now official coming out of the All-Star break. The diagnosis of inflammation indicates Anderson avoided a serious injury, though it's not clear how long he's expected to be sidelined. Touki Toussaint (shoulder) was activated from the 60-day IL in a corresponding move and could fill the spot in the starting rotation.

Braves' Ian Anderson: Shut down 7-10 days

Anderson (shoulder) will be shut down from throwing for 7-10 days, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. The right-hander isn't dealing with any structural damage in his shoulder, but he'll still be shut down at least a week to allow inflammation to subside. Anderson will require some time to build up his arm after the brief shutdown, so he likely won't be back until August. Touki Toussaint is slated to receive a look in the starting rotation during Anderson's absence.