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Fantrax Injury Report: June 8, 2023 – Update on Pete Alonso Injury

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Thursday, June 8, 2023

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Lourdes Gurriel – OF Arizona Diamondbacks

Gurriel has been out of action for quite a while. He has yet to be brought in off the bench, which seems like the way to go before settling back into the starting lineup.

Carson Kelly – C Arizona Diamondbacks

It was mentioned in this article that the split between Kelly and Moreno has not yet been determined upon his return. He also needs to maintain and regain strength and stamina before that call-up happens.

Justin Steele – SP Chicago Cubs

Be prepared.

Jake Fraley – OF Cincinnati Reds

Fraley has a wrist contusion after being HBP on Tuesday. He did play through the injury on Tuesday but needed time off Wednesday. Consider him DTD.

Nick Senzel – OF Cincinnati Reds, TJ Friedl – OF Cincinnati Reds

While nothing is set in stone, this report is at least a positive one. It’s looking like both injuries are not to be considered serious. That said, anything can happen between now and then, so don’t hold your breath.

Hunter Renfroe – OF Los Angeles Angels

The Renfroe family is wished well.

Noah Syndergaard – SP Los Angeles Dodgers

While the fingernail issue is some cause for concern, it would seem that could be seen as an excuse rather than a reason. Syndergaard has been hit hard all season long and looks like a shell of his former self. All that being said, there are rumors of him heading to the Injured List for a blister/fingernail issue. Stay tuned.

Miguel Rojas – SS Los Angeles Dodgers

This is all that is currently known, but the updates should trickle in as we get closer to Friday. Stay tuned.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 2B/OF Miami Marlins

This is definitely positive news, as Chisholm was waiting to hear about if he could take the next step forward. Traveling with the team allows him the chance to quickly get himself into game shape while potentially testing out his injured toe in the process. It’s possible that he maintains the original four to six-week timeline.

Edward Cabrera – SP Miami Marlins

The hope here is that the blister doesn’t require a fifteen-day trip to the Injured List. There should be more updates soon as to the status of Cabrera.

Pete Alonso – 1B New York Mets

Alonso got HBP in the wrist and had to leave the game. He was immediately taken away for X-rays, but the good news is that the results came back negative. Consider him DTD for now, with the possibility of missing only a handful of games.

Aaron Judge – OF New York Yankees

Fans everywhere can collectively hold their breaths while we await the news. Chances are that Judge will need a bit longer than the ten-day minimum, but the hope is that he can return before the end of June. Stay tuned.

Carlos Rodon – SP New York Yankees

This was another step forward for Rodon, who has now raised his velocity in two consecutive short outings. He also threw all of his pitches here, not just his fastball. While last year’s average fastball velocity sat at just under 96 mph, the fact that he could reach 94 mph here is encouraging. He still has a long way to go, but he’ll look to build on this with more live batter sessions. There has been no word yet on a rehab assignment.

Nelson Cruz – UT San Diego Padres

Cruz is less than a week removed from injuring his hamstring. He looks to be trending in the right direction for a quick return.

Pete Fairbanks – RP Tampa Bay Rays

Big day for Fairbanks on Friday. Fingers crossed that he’ll be back on Monday.

Brandon Lowe – 2B Tampa Bay Rays

This is awful news for a few reasons. One, Lowe had back problems last season which cost him most of the year. He will take the next two to three weeks to shut things down and hopefully get things right.

Danny Jansen – C Toronto Blue Jays

Be prepared.

Victor Robles – OF Washington Nationals

Robles has been out of action for quite a while, so this is an encouraging development. A rehab assignment soon would be ideal in order to get him back within the next week or so.

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