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Cardinals to re-evaluate injured Miles Mikolas in four to six weeks

Cardinals right-hander Miles Mikolas left his start on May 22 with forearm tightness, leading to concerns that he would need Tommy John surgery. That won’t be the case, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat was among those to report, but the Cardinals will have to go without Mikolas for the foreseeable future. Mikolas received a stem cell injection to address calcification in his flexor tendon, and he’ll be re-evaluated in four to six weeks.
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What should the St. Louis Cardinals do with Miles Mikolas?

What should the St. Louis Cardinals do with Miles Mikolas, and should it involve moving the former 18-game winner to the bullpen?. When Miles Mikolas pitched on Saturday night, it marked the first time that he took the mound for the St. Louis Cardinals since October 2019. The outing, however, lasted only four innings, as he left with right forearm tightness.
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Cardinals' Miles Mikolas: Transferred to 60-day injured list

Mikolas (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday. Mikolas will be reevaluated in 4-to-6 weeks after he received a stem cell injection Saturday, so his shift to the 60-day IL doesn't come as a surprise. The move will clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Jose Rondon, whose contract was selected in a corresponding move.
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Cardinals' Miles Mikolas: No major news with doctor visit

Mikolas' (forearm) visit to Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday did not seem to reveal any new information about the pitcher's injury, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. "I don't think it's anything dramatically different," manager Mike Shildt said regarding Andrews' evaluation. Shildt added that the Cardinals' doctors would still...
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St. Louis Cardinals: Miles Mikolas leaves first start with injury

In what was his first major league game since the 2019 playoffs, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas left his start with an injury. What will this mean for the team?. On Saturday night at Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Miles Mikolas made his season debut against the Chicago Cubs. It was Mikolas’ first time pitching in an MLB game since the 2019 playoffs.
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Miles Mikolas Placed on 10-day IL

Mikolas made his first start since 2019 on Saturday, but he lasted just four innings before being pulled from the game due to forearm tightness. That is obviously a major concern for a pitcher who missed all of last season due to shoulder injuries, and he has officially been placed on the 10-day IL. He underwent an MRI on Saturday, but the results of that test have not yet been reported. There has also been no timetable given for his return. Junior Fernandez has been recalled to take his place on the active roster.
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Cardinals’ Miles Mikolas put on IL after exiting first start since 2019

May 23 (UPI) — St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Miles Mikolas was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday, a day after leaving his first MLB start since the 2019 playoffs because of forearm tightness. Mikolas, who won 18 games during the 2018 season, was activated Saturday for his first...