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Fantrax Injury Report: Monday May 29, 2023 – Welcome back Liam!

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Monday, May 29, 2023.

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MLB Injury Report

Christian Arroyo – INF Boston Red Sox

Arroyo has now played in two rehab games, but this was his first on the field. He will likely need more time before returning but is on his way back.

Liam Hendriks – RP Chicago White Sox

Words can’t describe how incredible and unprecedented this is. Congratulations to Hendriks on quite a return.

Aaron Civale – SP Cleveland Guardians

Be prepared as Civale will be back within the week.

Matt Moore – RP Los Angeles Angels

Keep an eye on Ben Joyce, who has future closer material. He has command issues to deal with first, but his 100+ mph fastball is enticing. As for Moore, his injury is a Grade 2 strain, which will make his absence somewhat lengthy.

Max Muncy – INF Los Angeles Dodgers

Muncy injured himself while running and today’s MRI will reveal the extent of his injury. He himself said that this is the second game in a row where he cramped up, and the team made the decision to sub him out.

Julio Urias – SP Los Angeles Dodgers

While Urias did go through a full workout (minus the BP), this is still considered a setback. There was no indication of why this delay happened, so stay tuned.

Jesse Winker – OF Milwaukee Brewers

Winker was a late scratch, and the reason was neck spasms. It’s unclear if this will be a lingering issue, as neck pains can be, so we’ll see when he returns. The irony is that Winker himself has been a pain in the neck to fantasy owners everywhere with his abysmal performance thus far.

Owen Miller – INF Milwaukee Brewers

Miller has filled in admirably for the Brewers, so the hope is that his absence is a short one. It’s good to hear that the x-rays came up negative, so his DTD status should mean he’s back later this week.

Royce Lewis – 3B Minnesota Twins, Max Kepler – OF Minnesota Twins

Reinforcements for an ailing Twins team will arrive later today. This is great news for both players for their own reasons. Lewis coming back from his second ACL tear is remarkable, while Kepler needs to stay healthy. It’s a great day for the fans of Minnesota.

Jeff McNeil – 2B New York Mets

Consider McNeil DTD until we find out more before the Mets’ next game on Tuesday.

New York Yankees – Team Update

It’s looking like all of Stanton, Trevino, and Donaldson will be activated within the next seven days. It will be interesting to see how they fit in the team’s current lineup and who gets sent down.

Alec Bohm – 1B/3B Philadelphia Phillies

This looks like a short stay out of the lineup for Bohm.

Carlos Santana – 1B Pittsburgh Pirates

For a 37-year-old man, this might take a while from which to return. He and the team may not want to rush things here. Time will tell if a trip to the Injured List is warranted.

Vince Velasquez – SP/RP Pittsburgh Pirates

This has the makings of something disastrous. It’s the same injury that reoccurred almost immediately getting reinstated. Due to the fact that we’re just about into June, this could be the last that we see from Velasquez this season. Look for Roansy Contreras to be reinstated into the rotation.

Juan Soto – OF San Diego Padres

From the sounds of it, Soto should be fine, especially after a day off today. We’ll know more as we get closer to their next game, but for now, consider him DTD.

Pete Fairbanks – RP Tampa Bay Rays

It’s never a good sign if a player/team is unsure about a trip to the Injured List. We’ll know more soon, but the guess would be that he misses at least fifteen days in order to recover.

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