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Fantrax Injury Report: May 24, 2023 – Updates on Big-Name White Sox

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Wednesday, May 24, 2023.

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Ramon Urias – INF Baltimore Orioles

Urias ran the bases on Sunday and was fine afterward. This most likely won’t be a long-term assignment.

Cody Bellinger – OF Chicago Cubs

Bellinger has yet to resume baseball activities and is resting his ailing knee. Until he gets back to it, don’t expect a sudden return from him just yet. While he is eligible to return this weekend, it looks like more than ten days will be required.

Eloy Jimenez – OF Chicago White Sox

The correction here is that Fegan originally stated that Jimenez would be evaluated before heading to Birmingham. This corrects that stating that he will be re-evaluated after three to four days there. Ultimately, it’s that evaluation that will determine when he returns. Stay tuned.

Luis Robert – OF Chicago White Sox

Robert injured himself while trying to field a ball late in the game. He should be considered DTD while the team determines the best course of action going forward.

Elvis Andrus – 2B Chicago White Sox

Andrus has been out of action since May 13, and with a rehab assignment coming next week, he’s likely two weeks from returning, at minimum.

Tarik Skubal – SP Detroit Tigers

Skubal’s live BP would be the first live pitching he’s seen. If this happens, he’ll be that much closer to a rehab assignment. He’ll likely return in July.

Jose Altuve – 2B Houston Astros

Nothing physical here, just feeling under the weather. Consider Altuve DTD until he gets his health straightened out.

Dustin May – SP Los Angeles Dodgers

This was done to allow Bobby Miller onto the 40-man roster. Also, May will be sidelined for a while.

Carlos Correa – SS Minnesota Twins

This is somewhat worrisome. The inflammation there makes it hard to determine whether or not he’ll need some time on the Injured List. Stay tuned.

Kenta Maeda – SP Minnesota Twins

Maeda’s bullpen was encouraging for the reason stated above. While that’s pure speculation on their part, it would seem like actually seeing the velocity jump instead of projecting it would be a better idea. All that said, he’s getting closer to a rehab assignment, but will need more bullpen sessions first.

Trevor Larnach – OF Minnesota Twins

Larnach is eligible to return on June 1, but it’s unclear if he’ll be better by then.

Carlos Rodon – SP New York Yankees

The good news is that his arm and back seems to have fully healed. He has shown no indication that they are hurting since the PRP injection. Great news.

Josh Donaldson – 3B New York Yankees

There’s no word yet on how long the rehab assignment will be. Yankees fans everywhere must be elated that Donaldson will play every day upon his return.

Brandon Marsh – OF Philadelphia Phillies

Marsh should be considered DTD until it’s otherwise noted.

Manny Machado – 3B San Diego Padres

Machado being able to grip a bat and take swings today was a good first step forward. Hitting a ball while doing so would be the next logical step for him.

Joc Pederson – OF San Francisco Giants

The swelling on Pederson’s hand hasn’t allowed him to fully grip a bat. Until that subsides, there’s no chance of an imminent return.

Ty France – 1B Seattle Mariners

France had been relatively healthy this year, so this ailment comes with a bit of disappointment. It remains to be seen if he’ll go on the Injured List, but it’s apparently not out of the question. His status remains DTD until otherwise noted.

Dylan Carlson – OF St. Louis Cardinals

Carlson is slowly coming around with this injury, but the team isn’t too worried. With a return possible on Thursday, it’s unlikely that happens given the fact that he won’t even swing a bat by then.

Tyler O’Neill – OF St. Louis Cardinals

O’Neill’s time away is starting to become concerning, as he isn’t healing as quickly as everyone would have hoped.

Brandon Lowe – 2B Tampa Bay Rays

The issue isn’t supposed to be major and Lowe is considered DTD as a result.

Jacob deGrom – SP Texas Rangers

With another session lined up for Friday, it will be interesting to see how deGrom feels while incorporating breaking balls into his repertoire. If his body feels great afterward, they can probably accelerate his momentum toward a return.

Mitch Garver – UT/C Texas Rangers

Garver is attempting to return after a lengthy absence. The fact that he is catching indicates the plan for him to do so when up with Texas.

Victor Robles – OF Washington Nationals

Obviously, this isn’t a good sign for Robles, as he’s been out of action for two weeks. The team may need to take some imaging to determine if surgery should be an option.

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