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Fantrax Injury Report: May 14, 2023 – Lodolo out for today

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Sunday, May 14, 2023.

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Boston Red Sox – Team Update

Good news for both Crawford and Arroyo, as they were both able to square off against a live opponent. Crawford would be the one who is further along, as he’s been rumored to be returning next weekend. Story continues to progress as he’s now advanced to some offensive skills. That said, there’s still a long way for him to go before even a rehab assignment is considered. As for Whitlock, while it’s encouraging to see that the team has his week lined up, there’s no guarantee that he will return after that. Furthermore, Boston will need to figure out a role for him, since they’re already at a six-man rotation.

Yasmani Grandal – C Chicago White Sox

It’s looking like Grandal will be ready to return either today or this Tuesday. Either way, he’s close.

Elvis Andrus – SS Chicago White Sox

Not an ideal situation for the team, as Andrus will miss at least 10 days with an injury as tricky as an oblique. Hanser Alberto will take his place for now.

Nick Lodolo – SP Cincinnati Reds

Very disheartening news. Lodolo has been battling an ankle injury which has unfortunately spread into his calf. It was a late-night scratch for the team while they figure out what to do. This has apparently been bothering him all season, which could explain his struggles to begin the year. Levi Stoudt will hopefully be there on time to take his place. Take Lodolo out of your lineups for today.

TJ Friedl – OF Cincinnati Reds

Bell also said that he doesn’t feel that Friedl’s situation is a multi-week injury, hence the decision to be made. Stay tuned as we’ll know more in the upcoming days, if not much sooner.

Lance McCullers Jr. – SP Houston Astros

McCullers has yet to throw cutters, which will take place this week. His low-velocity readings have to be worrisome to the team as he just doesn’t yet have everything he once did. While the team could use his services, he’ll need to get healthy first.

Chas McCormick – OF Houston Astros

Be prepared.

Anthony Rendon – 3B Los Angeles Angels

Rendon’s situation seems to be one that warrants a DTD designation. That said, given his extensive injury history, nothing seems safe here. We’ll know more after he gets some testing.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – OF Miami Marlins

A fantastic piece of news that the injury sustained here is nothing more than a contusion. Chisholm Jr. went down hard after running into a wall, but he was able to walk off under his own power. Given that the team has Monday off, it would seem logical for him to miss today and get two days off here.

Jesus Sanchez – OF Miami Marlins

No word here if the gut punch was a reference to what the MRI results were or that he is injured again after battling back. Either way, we’ll know more today.

Max Kepler – OF Minnesota Twins

It just seems like it’s one thing after another with Kepler. He will miss another ten days, at minimum, with an injury.

Anthony DeSclafani – SP San Francisco Giants

DeSclafani apparently injured himself while playing piano with his son. The hope is that it can heal on its own and he won’t require a trip to the Injured List similar to Joe Musgrove.

Joc Pederson – OF San Francsico Giants

The good news is that the finger is not broken, but merely a contusion. The bad news is that these can hurt, so until he can hold a bat and swing, he’ll be out. Consider Pederson DTD.

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