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MLB Injury Report – March 10, 2023

Here is the Fantrax Injury Report for Friday, March 10, 2023.

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MLB Injury Report for March 10

Andrew Chafin – RP Arizona Diamondbacks

New signed Andrew Chafin has some groin tightness and will get some time off to let it heal. He, alongside a bevy of other relievers, are options for the team out of the bullpen. With the closer situation nowhere near solved, anyone there can break through and emerge. Chafin will need to heal up in order to make that happen.

Kolby Allard – SP Atlanta Braves

The fifth spot in the Braves’ rotation is up for grabs, and Allard was an option. Suffering a grade-2 strain will require time on the Injured List, as this should take at least one month to heal.

Justin Turner – 3B Boston Red Sox

It’s great to see that he’s at least visiting the club and able to spend time with them. Being ready for Opening Day seems like an outside shot, but stranger things have happened. The most important thing is that he seems well on his way.

Drew Waters – OF Kansas City Royals

Great progressive move forward for Waters, who looks to return soon from an oblique strain. He would have likely been the team’s Opening Day center fielder, but this injury has sidelined him for a while. He will likely be back at some point in April if all goes well.

Garrett Mitchell – OF Milwaukee Brewers

After exiting due to precautionary reasons, manager Craig Counsell’s words were reassuring. There will likely be some additional testing with more clarity coming forward soon.

Carlos Correa – SS Minnesota Twins

Congratulations are in order to him and his family. He will be away from the team for a short while.

Harrison Bader – OF New York Yankees

There will be more clarity once the results of his imaging are released. That said, it’s disappointing, to say the least. If any time were to be missed, Oswaldo Cabrera would likely be the benefactor of this injury.

Lou Trivino – RP New York Yankees

Not a great sign here as the Yankees’ bullpen takes a hit. He was traded for last season, and will now miss at least one month as the strain is considered mild.

Carlos Rodon – SP New York Yankees

What we know is that velocity was down this spring, and he felt the elbow strain when he tried to ramp things up. He also felt it when he was throwing hard sliders. The interesting part of this interview is that he said he could pitch through it if it were down the stretch. This seems very concerning that it’s happening now. It’s hard to say whether or not resting up now will help it maintain and sustain later. For now, it’s rumored that he will be back sometime in April, but something doesn’t necessarily seem right with that. Still, going with what we’ve been told, he will be shut down for seven to ten days before anything else.

Bryce Harper – OF Philadelphia Phillies

Great news as Harper progresses forward towards a return from Tommy John surgery. There is hope that he could return early, as his timeline was a wide and varying one. Still, he will be limited to DH when in fact he does come back.

Ke’Bryan Hayes – 3B Pittsburgh Pirates

While it’s somewhat precautionary, it’s also something to monitor. Hayes has had a solid and productive Spring training thus far and will look to keep that momentum going when he returns.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 1B Toronto Blue Jays

The star first baseman continues to progress forward and inch his way to a return. Facing live pitching will be a good test for him to see if he can get back into game action soon.

Victor Robles – OF Washington Nationals

The next step after being removed for his bruised knee, Robles should see some results soon. More will be updated shortly, but it seems like a minor issue.

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