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Fantrax Injury Report – Texas-Sized Good News for Rangers

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Friday, September 15, 2023. In today’s edition, there’s good news regarding Ryan Mountcastle’s diagnosis, Adolis Garcia’s recovery, Josh Jung’s ETA, and Christian Yelich’s impending return. All of that and more in today’s Injury Report from Fantrax.

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MLB Injury Report

Ryan Mountcastle – 1B Baltimore Orioles

There was initially some concern that Mountcastle would miss the remainder of the season due to this shoulder ailment. It turns out that there is nothing really wrong and it’s just a little sore. The report here states that he could have played last night (he did not), and as such, he could be back for tonight’s game. As it stands, Heston Kjerstad remains with the club and will be used in a reserve role.

Luis Rengifo – INF Los Angeles Angels

The move was done in order to open up a spot on the 40-man roster. The Angels likely want to see if there’s anything left in Fletcher and Walsh for next season. Both have been injury-prone this season and while Walsh has struggled while rehabbing, Fletcher has thirteen hits in the month of September.

Christian Yelich – OF Milwaukee Brewers

Yelich has been missing all week from the Brewers’ lineup. This was deemed not as injury-related, but as a time when the team knew he could use maintenance to get better. It’s good news for them that he should return for the final two weeks of the season.

Mark Canha – 1B/OF Milwaukee Brewers

Canha should be able to return soon, as there was no structural damage to his wrist upon examination. All that being said, it will depend on how he feels before, during, and after he swings that bat later today. All signs do point to him returning soon, but anything can happen.

Brett Baty – 3B New York Mets

This is good news, considering now is the time when Baty could get some MLB-level experience for next season. With him listed as DTD, he could still return for two weeks of playing time.

Jasson Dominguez – OF New York Yankees

Interesting to note that Dominguez’s timeline will remain in the 9-10 month variety. He is set to receive this surgery on Wednesday. This would push his timetabled return to mid-June and mid-July, according to the estimations. Of course, this is assuming there are no setbacks or possibly a quick recovery, as both options are completely possible.

Michael Conforto – OF San Francisco Giants

This is great news, as Conforto was set to play yesterday. If healthy, he has an everyday chance to play in your lineups down the stretch.

Mitch Garver – C Texas Rangers

Garver exited the game last night, one inning after fouling a ball off of his foot. The good news is that there is no fracture. That said, given his injury history and the time taken to heal, he could miss some time here. It’s unfortunate given how big he has been for the Rangers all season. For now, consider him DTD, but be prepared for him to miss this weekend.

Adolis Garcia – OF Texas Rangers, Josh Jung – 3B Texas Rangers

This is incredible for the Rangers, who just completed a massive sweep of the Blue Jays. If all goes well, both Garcia and Jung could be helping Texas to the Wild Card and/or AL West Title. Stay tuned. Jung is penciled in to be activated this Monday.

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