#Injured List


Cubs claim OF Johneshwy Fargas from Mets

(670 The Score) The Cubs have claimed outfielder Johneshwy Fargas from the Mets, they announced Friday. Chicago then optioned Fargas to Triple-A Iowa. Fargas, 26, was 6-for-21 in seven games for the Mets this season, which marked his first big league action. Fargas is hitting .231 with four homers, 12 RBIs, 11 stolen bases and a .788 OPS in 19 games at various minor league levels in 2021.
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Mariners Reinstate RHP Casey Sadler from 60-day Injured List

SEATTLE, Wash. — Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today the following roster moves:. Casey Sadler, RHP, returned from rehab assignment at Triple-A Tacoma and reinstated from 60-day Injured List (right shoulder impingement). Rafael Montero, RHP, designated for assignment. Sadler will be...

Rangers Roster Notes: Terry’s MLB Call-Up, Trevino Activated, Solak Demoted

Texas Rangers' prospect Curtis Terry is in Houston tonight to join the club against the Astros at Minute Maid Park, in what will be his MLB debut. He has spent this season at Triple-A Round Rock, batting .294/.375/.583/.958 with 17 home runs and 53 RBI in 65 games, his first action above the High-A level.

Angels' Justin Upton: Hitless in return

Upton went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Thursday's win over Minnesota. The veteran outfielder played in his first game since June 22 and was unable to reach base. He had been leading off prior to going on the injured list with a lower back strain but slotted into the No. 3 spot in the order Thursday. Given David Fletcher's recent scorching-hot stretch, it appears likely that Upton's days as a leadoff hitter are over, at least in the short term.
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Cubs Activate Matt Duffy Off Injured List, DFA Eric Sogard

Eric Sogard DFA'd as Matt Duffy returns from IL originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. The Cubs activated infielder Matt Duffy off the 60-day injured list prior to Friday afternoon’s game against the Diamondbacks. To make room on the 40-man and active rosters, veteran Eric Sogard has been designated for...
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Red Sox place Hirokazu Sawamura on the injured list

The Red Sox bullpen has been one of they keys to their success so far this year, and really for the past couple of months it’s been a core group of six guys who have carried the load. Now, they’re going to be down a man in that core with a bit of a surprise injury. The team announced prior to Friday’s game against the Yankees that they are placing Hirokazu Sawamura on the 10-day injured list with right tricep inflammation. Phillips Valdez comes back up from Worcester to take Sawamura’s spot in the bullpen.

Brewers' Travis Shaw: Rehab starting soon

Shaw (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment next week, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Shaw has been out since early June with a dislocated shoulder. He's set for a fairly lengthy rehab assignment, as he's ineligible to return from the 60-day injured list until Aug. 9.

Cubs' Brad Wieck to have second heart procedure in two years

Chicago Cubs left-handed pitcher Brad Wieck underwent a cardiac ablation procedure in February 2020 and was placed on the injured list July 9 with an irregular heartbeat. According to Jesse Rogers of ESPN, Wieck will undergo another heart ablation procedure to address his ailment. He was transferred to the 60-day injured list on Friday, and there's no established timetable for his return to the active roster.

Yankees activate Jonathan Loaisiga and Nestor Cortes Jr. from COVID-19 injured list

It’s been a long week for the Yankees’ bullpen, even with the day off on Monday. Aroldis Chapman, Chad Green, Zack Britton, Luis Cessa,and Lucas Luetge have all been taxed as the team reached into its depth to add some support during recent series against the Red Sox and Phillies. Short starts from Domingo Germán and Asher Wojciechowski combined with a somewhat rain-shortened Jordan Montgomery start last night to leave the bullpen so depleted that the inexperienced Brooks Kriske was put in a position to fail after Green’s blown save.