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Fantrax Injury Report: April 25, 2023 – Harris up, Yordan down

So we get the return of a second-round bat but a first-round slugger may be headed to the IL? That’s not fair! Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Tuesday, April 25, 2023.

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Fantasy Baseball Injury Report

Michael Harris – OF Atlanta Braves

Very promising news, as fantasy owners should be looking to activate him midweek. That said, wait for more confirmation from the team itself as we get closer to the date.

Raisel Iglesias – RP Atlanta Braves, Travis d’Arnaud – C Atlanta Braves

Iglesias will likely need a rehab assignment before returning, but this is the first time he’ll throw to live batters. As for d’Arnaud, this was his first time catching behind the plate since he left the team with a concussion. It’s unclear how close he is to returning, but this seems like a big step in the right direction.

Joey Votto – 1B Cincinnati Reds

It’s almost surprising that Votto didn’t reinjure himself while swinging in his rehab assignment. The scary part about all of this is that Votto didn’t relay much of any of this to the team while he was trying to return. It will be a while before we see him play again.

Ryan McMahon – INF Colorado Rockies

Consider McMahon as DTD while he battles through this illness.

German Marquez – SP Colorado Rockies

Be prepared.

Yordan Alvarez – OF Houston Astros

For now, Alvarez should be considered DTD with the potential trip to the Injured List being a distinct possibility. He will remain away from the team until something is decided, but this could be a worrisome development.

MJ Melendez – C/OF Kansas City Royals

Other than hope, there isn’t much new to go on here, other than the fact that Melendez didn’t play last night. There have been some thoughts that if he does play today in Arizona, it will be as the team’s Designated Hitter due to the fact that the game will be on turf.

Max Muncy – 3B Los Angeles Dodgers

Exciting times as Muncy welcomes a new baby into the world and prospect Michael Busch finally gets the call.

Miami Marlins – Team Report

A lot to unpack here. Alcantara threw 25 pitches and is still in line to pitch for the team this weekend. Arraez has missed two consecutive days and could just need some time to reset. Cueto continues to try to return to the team’s rotation, and three innings is a good way of doing that. Rogers remains shut down from throwing and will continue to be so for quite some time. As for Wendle, he looks to be just about ready for a rehab assignment.

Adrian Houser – P Milwaukee Brewers

Houser looks to be just about ready to return to the Brewers, but it’s unclear if he’ll do so in the rotation. Colin Rea has been serviceable in his absence, but he might be better in relief.

Joey Bart – C San Francisco Giants

If Bart needs time away, this would be the second injury to start the season for him. Blake Sabol likely becomes an instant beneficiary of this absence yet again.

Jose Siri – OF Tampa Bay Rays

Be prepared.

Chris Bassitt – SP Toronto Blue Jays

The team played it safe here with Bassitt. After the game, he said that he felt fine, though evaluations today will make things more clear.

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