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Fantrax Injury Report: April 23, 2023 – Oh Sandy!

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Sunday, April 23, 2023.

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Michael Harris – OF Atlanta Braves, Travis d’Arnaud – C Atlanta Braves

Harris has also been running the bases, working with soft tossing at-bats, taking fly balls in the outfield, and hitting off of a tee in preparation for a return. He is scheduled to ramp things up soon in order for his return. As for d’Arnaud, he is continuing to prepare himself for a return, but not much else has changed.

Jorge Mateo – SS Baltimore Orioles

Mateo was originally in the lineup, but manager Brandon Hyde decided at the last minute to make the swap. In the above interview, he states that it was weather related with a slippery field. Makes sense.

Reese McGuire – C Boston Red Sox

It’s sounding like he will be in at least a DTD situation, with no idea how severe the situation is.

Kris Bryant – OF Colorado Rockies

While the Rockies seem unconcerned about this injury, fantasy owners will need to find a replacement for Bryant while he is out of action. He has a history of taking a long(er) time to recover from injuries. Last season Bryant missed most of the season due to back and foot injuries. Thankfully this ailment seems unrelated. Regardless, this is something to monitor as an Injury List designation isn’t out of the question.

Chas McCormick – OF Houston Astros

It sounds like McCormick will be out for longer than the ten-day minimum. Still, he shouldn’t be that much farther behind schedule.

Will Smith – C Los Angeles Dodgers

It’s looking like Smith will miss the next series against the Pirates too before even being considered ready for a return.

Sandy Alcantara – SP Miami Marlins

While it’s discouraging to see an injury like this pop up on such a big name, it looks like Alcantara has avoided anything serious. Mish is quite the respected and connected man within the organization. If he feels it’s nothing serious, then that’s the way the cookie should crumble.

Ramon Laureano – OF Oakland Athletics

It’s great news to see that Laureano has sped up his healing and is already doing a ton of baseball activities. He looks to return next weekend.

Paul Blackburn – SP Oakland Athletics

Blackburn was just finishing up recovery from a nail avulsion when this blister appeared. One of these days he will get to pitch for the A’s.

Ranger Suarez – SP Philadelphia Phillies

It’s crazy to think that Bryce Harper might be back before Ranger Suarez.

Joc Pederson – OF San Francisco Giants

Be prepared.

Paul DeJong – SS St. Louis Cardinals

Great news and now we’ll be able to see if DeJong’s hard work in the offseason can pay off. The corresponding move should be an interesting one.

Yandy Diaz – INF Tampa Bay Rays

Diaz, the 2023 breakout, should be back in no time, assuming there is nothing additional wrong.

Jeffrey Springs – SP Tampa Bay Rays

Here’s hoping that the surgery for Springs is a success.

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