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MLB Injury Report: Gleyber Torres Injury Update

Welcome to the Fantrax MLB Injury Report for Friday, June 21, 2024. In today’s edition, there are updates on CJ Abrams, Gleyber Torres, Kyle Tucker, Kodai Senga, and many more. Stay up to date with the Injury Report from Fantrax.

Fantrax MLB Injury Report for Friday, June 21, 2024.

CJ Abrams – SS Washington Nationals (wrist)

Abrams last played on Tuesday, and the reasoning for his absence was a bit confusing. It turns out that there was a cyst on his wrist causing him some discomfort. It’s unclear just how long it will take for that cyst to go away, but it would appear that he will avoid the Injured List.

Josiah Gray – SP Washington Nationals (elbow)

Gray’s last outing was his most successful one yet. He threw five innings worth of baseball, giving up just two runs on three hits and three walks. His aim is to extend this to 90 pitches after his next rehab start, which could be his last one.

Gleyber Torres – 2B New York Yankees (groin)

Torres missed the final four innings of yesterday’s game as the team erred on the side of caution with regard to his status. While nothing major is expected, all fears will still be present until he is inserted back into the lineup. That said, he could miss a game or two just to be safe.

Houston Astros – Team Update

Victor Caratini (quad) would be just another player that heads to the Injured List as the Astros have been plagued by injuries all season long. As for Kyle Tucker (shin), his recovery has taken much longer than expected. It was believed that once he resumed baseball activities he would be close to returning to the Astros. That might not be the case any longer as his absence has grown in length. He may now need a rehab assignment, given how long he has been away. Stay tuned.

Robert Gasser – SP Milwaukee Brewers (elbow)

After seeking out multiple opinions, Gasser has seemingly succumbed to the idea that he will require surgery to fix his elbow. While the type of surgery is unclear at this moment, the likelihood of it being Tommy John seems high. Whatever the case may be, he has thrown his last pitch in 2024 and will look toward the end of next season as a chance for a return.

Ivan Herrera – C St. Louis Cardinals (back)

Herrera’s back locking up on him makes it seem more like a minor injury that he will be able to overcome with some additional rest. In reality, it could have been him sitting improperly on the plane or even a bad night’s sleep. Either way, expect him back soon enough.

Kyle Gibson – SP St. Louis Cardinals (back)

Gibson seems to have avoided a major injury scare here. He could be ready to go by early next week.

Max Kepler – OF Minnesota Twins (neck)

An interesting little tidbit of information here regarding Kepler’s injured neck. It wasn’t the slide that did him in, but rather only enlarged it. It seems odd that he felt it was too late to be subbed in, and chances are it was just another example of players trying to play through injuries. Either way, the expectation here is that he will avoid the Injured List.

Adael Amador – SS Colorado Rockies (oblique)

Amador suffered the injury while swinging a bat and running to first base. While the severity of the issue is not yet known, this may be a lengthy absence given that he suffered a similar setback just a month ago. due to the tricky nature of these injuries and the potential for a slow recovery, he may have been playing through this ailment already.

Kodai Senga – SP New York Mets (shoulder)

Senga threw his bullpen two days ago, and the plan was to see how he felt in the coming days. With that timeline seemingly almost complete, it would appear that he is ready to advance to the next stage of his recovery. As a reminder, he has suffered many setbacks already this season, so expectations should be tempered. That said, this would be a big step forward for him and the Mets.

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