Injuries: Trout, Oneil Cruz, Kenley, Garrett

Injuries: Trout, Oneil Cruz, Kenley, Garrett

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Stay up-to-date with all the latest news on injured and recovering players from across Major League Baseball.

Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout, Angels

After Ohtani left early from his Wednesday start, he was diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow, ending his season as a pitcher. While he and the Angels consider the next steps in the process, Ohtani will continue to hit as a DH and he was back in Friday’s starting lineup in New York. More >

Trout, who was reinstated from the injured list on Tuesday after missing 38 games with a fractured left hamate, returned to the IL after just one game. General manager Perry Minasian said Trout still felt pain in his left hand and will need some rest. More >

Arenado exited Friday’s series opener against the Phillies in the bottom of the seventh inning due to lower back tightness. Though it wasn’t immediately clear when he sustained the injury, a further update was expected postgame. More >

Albies (left hamstring strain) was eligible to be activated off the injured list on Friday, but manager Brian Snitker said before the road trip opener in San Francisco that Albies is not likely to return during the weekend series. He still hopes Albies returns sometime during the 10-game trip, which also takes the Braves to Colorado and Los Angeles. More >

Conforto was placed on the injured list on Friday with a left hamstring strain that he suffered while making a catch in Wednesday’s game against the Phillies. More >

Musgrove played catch for the first time on Friday since landing on the 15-day injured list on Aug. 4 with right shoulder capsule inflammation. He said he got about 30 throws in, at 70-75 feet on flat ground, and his arm “felt great.” More >

Votto was placed on the injured list on Thursday after he experienced weakness in the same shoulder that underwent surgery in 2022 to repair a torn biceps and rotator cuff. The hope is he can strengthen the shoulder and be back with the club on the first day he is eligible for activation on September 3. More >

Cruz’s rehab from a left fibula fracture has “plateaued” due to general left foot soreness, per the Pirates’ director of sports medicine Todd Tomczyk, putting an already lengthy rehab process on hold and a possible 2023 return in doubt. More >

After tossing seven shutout innings and striking out a career-high 12 batters on Thursday against the Reds, Kelly was removed from the game after warming up for the eighth inning with a right hamstring cramp. More >

Flaherty was scratched from Wednesday’s start against the Blue Jays due to “general soreness” after his standard between-starts fatigue lingered. Flaherty had a throwing session on Friday, and he could potentially start on Sunday. More >

Jansen will likely miss a second straight game on Friday due to right hamstring tightness that led to his exit from Wednesday’s game after throwing just three pitches. The Red Sox remain confident Jansen won’t need to go on the 15-day injured list. More >

Brennan collided with the fence on a catch in right field in Thursday’s regularly scheduled game against the Dodgers. The outfielder stayed in the game and was slated to DH in Friday’s opener in Toronto, but he was scratched around two hours before first pitch with a right knee strain. More >

Miller (right UCL sprain) made his third rehab start on Thursday and threw three scoreless innings. He allowed just three hits and one walk with five strikeouts. The right-hander will likely make another rehab start next week and could be activated after that. More >

Garrett was carted off the field at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday after trying to rob a home run by DJ LeMahieu. He was placed on the IL Thursday with a fractured left fibula and underwent surgery on Friday. More >

Frelick missed a fourth straight start on Friday with right hamstring soreness that dates to last weekend in Texas, but there was some progress when participated in a full battery of pregame drills and batting practice prior to the game. More >

Ryan (left groin strain) threw 20-30 pitches in a side session on Tuesday in Milwaukee. He began a rehab assignment with Triple-A St. Paul on Aug. 18, throwing 71 pitches in four innings, and could make his next start in the Majors. More >

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