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Fantrax Injury Report – A New Middle Infield Bat in Play?

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Tuesday, July 11, 2023. Despite the fact that there is an All-Star Break for the league, there’s also news that continues to roll in. Trevor Story looks ready to start a rehab assignment soon, and he couldn’t be happier. Here you’ll read about when it’s likely t start and the length it’s estimated to be. Additionally, there’s some news on Tommy Pham’s groin injury, as the team received good news regarding that. Finally, read up on some player rehab assignments that have been happening over the last little while. All that and more in today’s Injury Report from Fantrax.

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MLB Injury Report

Kyle Stowers – OF Baltimore Orioles

Stowers has been on a rehab assignment for almost two weeks, and in his four games with Aberdeen, he has done nothing but impress. Since July 4, he has gone 9-for-18 with three home runs and eight runs batted in. What’s even better is that he’s only struck out twice over this mini-stretch of games. He looks poised and ready to come up to Baltimore and display his talents.

Trevor Story – 2B Boston Red Sox

Well, that accelerated quickly. Story, who has begun throwing from up to 170 feet, looks to be ready to start a rehab assignment in the near future. As stated, the maximum time for a rehab assignment is twenty days, and one would guess that his would last as close to that as possible. If all goes well with no setbacks, we could very well see him returning at the beginning of August.

Corey Kluber – SP/RP Boston Red Sox

This seems like an encouraging step forward for Kluber, who will likely be used as a relief arm in the second half.

Garrett Crochet – RP Chicago White Sox

Crochet has looked unstoppable in July, as indicated by the clip above. In his two appearances this month, he has struck out six of the seven batters that he’s faced while walking one. What’s even better is that the velocity of his fastball sat consistently around 98-99 miles per hour throughout his first appearance. It may not be long before we see him back with the White Sox.

Chris Taylor – OF Los Angeles Dodgers

Taylor finished 1–for-3 in this game and now has two hits in his two rehab games thus far. He seems poised and ready to take over the spot that Miguel Vargas held on the roster once the Dodgers return from the All-Star Break.

Jonathan Davis – OF Miami Marlins

Davis hurt himself while diving for a ball in the outfield last week. He tore his meniscus and has already had surgery to repair the damage. The move to the 60-day Injured List made way for the returning Johnny Cueto to come back to the Marlins.

Edward Cabrera – SP Miami Marlins

This is something to keep an eye on, as Cabrera did not pitch the next day, despite Jupiter playing a doubleheader. After that, the team does not have any games scheduled until this Friday, when they play two more games. There was no word on why there was a change of plans.

Tommy Pham – OF New York Mets

Good news for Pham and the Mets, as it would appear that he has avoided a serious injury. That said, he will be re-evaluated before the team plays this Friday in order to determine if he’s able to join them.

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