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MLB Injury Report: Fernando Tatis to the IL

Welcome to the MLB Injury Report for Tuesday, June 25, 2024. In today’s edition, Fernando Tatis Jr. heads to the IL, Bryan Woo may follow him, and Bo Bichette may return from it very soon. All of that and so much more in today’s Injury Report from Fantrax.

MLB Injury Report for Tuesday, June 25, 2024.

Fernando Tatis Jr. – OF San Diego Padres (quad)

Tatis has been dealing with this injury for quite a while. His attempts to play through it were making it impossible for him to improve physically, thus the decision was made to place him on the Injured List. The hope is that everything heals properly and on time so that he can return in the timeline indicated. For reference, the Padres play at Cleveland on July 19 and that is their first game back after the All-Star Break.

Yu Darvish – SP San Diego Padres (elbow)

Darvish was slated to rejoin the team soon, but that will be placed on hold. Instead, he will miss some time with what is described as a “little” elbow inflammation. While it’s unclear exactly what a “little” elbow inflammation entails, this is somewhat concerning given he’s missed time in the past for injuries in the same region of his body. The team will likely provide updates with a more specific timeline in the near future.

Joe Musgrove – SP San Diego Padres (elbow)

Musgrove is in the beginning stages of throwing and isn’t doing it on a daily basis. He’s said that there are no more lingering feelings when the ball leaves his hand and that he is progressing daily. Keep in mind that surgery has not yet been ruled out as Musgrove is attempting to return without having an operation. There is no guarantee that he will be successful in this endeavor.

Bryan Woo – SP Seattle Mariners (hamstring)

Woo threw a pitch in last night’s game and had difficulty extending his left leg. When the trainers came out, he attempted to stretch it out and throw a practice pitch but was unable to do so. The team should have an update later today, but it’s an unfortunate development for someone who has been dominant all season. It is unclear what lies next for him, especially since he’s had arm injuries this year despite a clean MRI.

Clayton Kershaw – SP Los Angeles Dodgers (shoulder)

The good news here is that Kershaw’s MRI showed nothing structurally wrong, meaning that it’s just general soreness. The hope is that he is able to return within a week and be back on the road to recovery and that this is a minor blip in that journey. That being said, another setback and things turn concerning in an instant.

Patrick Sandoval – SP Los Angeles Angels (elbow)

Sandoval will undergo surgery in the near future. His return to the mound should be tabbed for the early stages of the 2026 season. He is wished the best of luck in his recovery.

Gavin Williams – SP Cleveland Guardians (elbow)

Williams had a terrific outing a few days ago, as he was able to increase his workload to 66 pitches. Once he clears 80 pitches (which could be on Wednesday), he might be ready to return to the Guardians. Stay tuned.

Blake Snell – SP San Francisco Giants (groin)

Snell has been on record saying that he’s been rushing himself to be back. His rehab outings have been lackluster, to say the least. Hopefully, he will be able to get on track and build up his workload to be ready to rejoin the Giants soon enough.

Keaton Winn – SP San Francisco Giants (elbow)

Winn has been off and on the Injured List all season. Every time he is away, his returns feel rushed and his performance on the mound struggles as a result. The hope is that this shutdown period will be what he needs to get himself right.

Starling Marte – OF New York Mets (knee)

It would be a difficult proposition for Marte to rest for 15 days and not be placed on the Injured List. Look for this transaction to take place later today.

Toronto Blue Jays – Team Update

Massive update here for the Blue Jays. Jordan Romano (elbow) is playing light catch, and that is the absolute start of his recovery timeline. He has a long way to go. As for Yimi Garcia (elbow), he has increased the distance from which he is throwing but is still in the beginning stages of this reset. Bo Bichette (calf) seems just about ready to return and could do so later today. The hope is that this newer and healthier version of himself is better than what we have seen thus far in 2024. Daulton Varsho (back) remains DTD, though he did not play in yesterday’s game. Finally, Joey Votto (back) had a setback again and will slow down his recovery process. It’s almost time for him to call it quits, but chances are that he won’t listen to his body.

Boston Red Sox – Team Update

Vaughn Grissom (hamstring) last played on June 1 and has only played in a handful of games all season long. His return is dependent on how he does on a rehab outing too, which is no guarantee to run smoothly. As for Triston Casas (internal), he has said that he’s feeling better and that’s why he went for the MRI. While we won’t know more until we get the results today, he continues to say that a return on July 2nd is still in the card for him. Stay tuned.

Washington Nationals – Team Update

This could be the last rehab assignment for Josiah Gray (elbow) who is aiming to improve on his 79 pitches from his last outing. As for Cade Cavalli (Tommy John Surgery), this illness shouldn’t be considered a major setback. Finally, Joey Gallo (hamstring) is in the beginning stages of his recovery program.

Miami Marlins – Team Update

Sixto Sanchez (shoulder) is aiming to return this season, but the team will likely slow-play it due to his significant history with injuries. As for Ryan Weathers (finger) seems to be ready to resume a throwing program after his finger strain. His return could be sooner rather than later, though a short rehab assignment seems likely. Meanwhile, Braxton Garrett (forearm) is in the beginning stages of his injury, so his body will guide him along the path to recovery. Finally, Edward Cabrera (shoulder) will aim for a lofty goal of 60 pitches today, though his return will be delayed due to his reassignment to the 60-day Injured List.

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