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Fantrax Injury Report: May 23, 2023 – Big Arm on the Way Back?

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Tuesday, May 23, 2023.

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Max Fried – SP Atlanta Braves

While the All-Star Break is a long way away, this at least gives a general sense of when we can expect Fried to return. In short, it’s still a long-term absence.

Liam Hendriks – RP Chicago White Sox

There have been varying reports of a day to return, but the one that seems to stick as of late is this coming Monday. Stay tuned.

Joey Votto – 1B Cincinnati Reds

The good news is that he’s feeling better, and possibly inching toward a return. His original attempt to return was rushed, which is something that he himself admitted. All that being said, we still don’t have a timetable for him to come back.

TJ Friedl – OF Cincinnati Reds

Friedl has quickly recovered from his oblique injury since he went on the Injured List about a week ago. Just as we say that obliques can be tricky, they can also be tricky in this sense. It would appear that Friedl’s injury may have gone away.

Brendan Rodgers – 2B Colorado Rockies

This is a fantastic development. While it’s a small chance of happening, the fact that this is even on the table is intriguing. Keep this in your back pocket for later in the year if it does come to fruition.

C.J. Cron – 1B Colorado Rockies

Cron has quietly been on the Injured List for a while with no new developments. We now know that it’s because there hasn’t been anything to report. This is discouraging.

Miami Marlins – Team Update

A lot to unpack here. The upper-body workouts by Jazz are to keep his body in shape as best as possible. He himself has said that he wants to return in early-to-mid June. Johnny Cueto is trying to get back on the mound after multiple injuries, with the latest being his ankle. There’s no guarantee that this mound work will come to fruition, but it’s leaning toward a yes. Good news on Avisail Garcia, who is doing everything but playing with a bat for the Marlins. His status and progress remain unknown. Trevor Rogers throwing for 35 pitches is great to see, and the possibility of in an extended Spring Training game is welcomed. As for Jesus Sanchez, he is able to come off the Injured List this Wednesday, but will likely need a rehab assignment.

Luis Urias – INF Milwaukee Brewers

Urias has been out of action since the first day of the season, so it’ll likely be a lengthy rehab outing.

Eric Lauer – SP Milwaukee Brewers

The Brewers’ rotation depth will be tested over the next little while with Lauer, Ashby, Woodruff, and Miley all ailing.

Trevor May – RP Oakland Athletics

Wow, that’s not something that was expected, but here we are. Anxiety and mental illness are two things that are very difficult to overcome. Adding hurdles to one’s job description can be overwhelming and difficult to overcome. The good news with regard to May is that he has recently pitched twice while in rehab over the weekend. He is slowly getting into a rhythm. He is wished nothing but the best.

Jose Alvarado – RP Philadelphia Phillies

There’s been no word on how the flat-ground pitching went, but one would think it went well enough to advance forward. Stay tuned.

LaMonte Wade – OF San Francisco Giants

This injury doesn’t seem serious, but it’ll all depend on how Wade feels the next day. We should know more later today.

Andres Munoz – RP Seattle Mariners

Munoz was also quoted as saying that this is the best that he’s felt since the spring. Keep in mind, he had a late start to his year and rushed into the season.

Tyler Glasnow – SP Tampa Bay Rays

Be prepared.

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