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Fantrax Injury Report: June 6, 2023 – Two Pitching Aces Head to the 60-day IL

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Tuesday, June 6, 2023.

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Max Fried – SP Atlanta Braves

The move was done to free up a roster spot and not because of a setback. Fried is not eligible to return until the beginning of July.

Trevor Story – 2B/SS Boston Red Sox

This insinuation doesn’t change the original timeline of Story potentially returning later this summer. He is scheduled to meet with the team to narrow down a timeline and a guide within the next week or so. We should have more information then.

Adam Duvall – OF Boston Red Sox

Once we get clarification from the team, we should all start preparing our rosters for the subsequent move. While the specific day may change, the fact is that Duvall will be ready within the week.

Nick Senzel – OF Cincinnati Reds

Consider Senzel DTD until we are told something else.

Eduardo Rodriguez – SP Detroit Tigers, Alex Faedo – SP Detroit Tigers

In short, Rodriguez will visit the doctor for a ruptured A4 pulley in his throwing hand while Faedo’s appointment will be for a fingernail. We should have updates on both later today.

Jose Altuve – 2B Houston Astros

Altuve will miss one more game, but return on Wednesday. That’s assuming there are no setbacks.

Miami Marlins – Team Update

Cueto looks to return from multiple setbacks and will advance to live BP. His return seems tenuous given that he’s faltered before. Rogers is aiming to return soon and if he can throw six innings, chances are the big leagues are what’s next. We should know more about Chisholm Jr.’s status after this appointment, as the first step will be to have his walking boot removed.

Milwaukee Brewers – Team Update

It’s the week of rehab assignments for the Brewers to manage. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Adames and Winker back in Milwaukee this time next week. Meanwhile, the three starters will likely need more time than that in order to get themselves back to the Brewers. That said, all of this is great news for a team that’s been ailing.

Carlos Rodon – SP New York Yankees

Excellent news. Facing live batters is a big hurdle, and Rodon will tackle it tomorrow. Whether or not he’s successful is another story, but the fact that he’s ready to do so is good. As it stands, he may be past his back and forearm issues as he ramps himself back up to game shape. That said, he’s by no means to be considered not a health risk as these issues could creep up again and cost him the rest of the season. Tread lightly.

Xander Bogaerts – SS San Diego Padres

According to this report, Bogaerts is saying that what was bothering him in the spring was gone after his cortisone shot. That’s great to hear that the shot did what it was supposed to do. However, he got HBP by Strider on April 18, and it is now June 6. What was he doing all this time to help alleviate and fix the pain?

Trent Grisham – OF San Diego Padres

Consider Grisham DTD until otherwise told.

Andres Munoz – RP Seattle Mariners

The expectation (and hope) is that Munoz returns today. He has looked good in his rehab.

Brandon Lowe – 2B Tampa Bay Rays

The injury doesn’t sound too serious, and the hope is that Lowe will return soon. He did go through back injuries last year, so this is a disappointing development.

Jacob deGrom – SP Texas Rangers

The move was primarily done to free up a roster spot but ultimately does bring up concerns. Despite the fact that he apparently turned the corner in his development, he will not be eligible to return until the end of June. Even that, though, seems tepid, as the team will undoubtedly take things slowly with their ace.

Danny Jansen – C Toronto Blue Jays

If Jansen needs one, a rehab outing would likely be happening shortly.

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