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MLB injury Report – Update on Corbin Carroll

Here is the MLB Injury Report for Thursday, September 7, 2023. In today’s edition, Adolis Garcia had to leave yesterday’s game after trying to track down a home run. How was he feeling after the game? Also, Matt Manning’s season looks to be over after taking a comebacker off the foot. It’s a disappointing end to his 2023 campaign. Finally, Shohei Ohtani actually got some good news. What was it? Find out below, in today’s Injury Report from Fantrax.

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MLB Injury Report

Corbin Carroll – OF Arizona Diamondbacks

Carroll was diagnosed with a wrist contusion following getting hit by a pitch yesterday. It looks like all will be okay as he is likely playing today. That said, wait to see how he feels today before automatically assuming he will be back.

Michael Soroka – SP Atlanta Braves

Soroka won’t pitch again, after his last disastrous start which led to his forearm inflammation. Here’s hoping that the often-injured pitcher can return healthy next season.

Kyle Wright – SP Atlanta Braves

This news comes after throwing 50 pitches in his last outing.

Tim Anderson – SS Chicago White Sox

Consider Anderson DTD while he gets his neck right.

Jonathan India – 2B Cincinnati Reds

Great news here, as India still has a shot to return to the Reds’ lineup before the season ends.

Hunter Greene – SP Cincinnati Reds

Be prepared.

Matt Manning – SP Detroit Tigers

Simply awful news, as Manning had pitched well almost every time he was out there. He will look to rebound and could be a nice buy-low candidate for 2024.

Shohei Ohtani – SP/UT Los Angeles Angels

The first real dosage of good news for Ohtani in quite a while. Here’s hoping he could return at some point this season.

Los Angeles Dodgers – Team Update

Michael Grove and Joe Kelly give the Dodgers some bullpen depth, which they’ll need in the playoffs. As for J.D. Martinez, it’s great news for him to be back for the stretch run.

Jorge Soler – OF Miami Marlins

It’s unfortunate timing for Soler, as he missed some time and tried to return on Tuesday. Otherwise, his retroactive date for the injury would have been a lot sooner than it is now.

Sandy Alcantara – SP Miami Marlins

There’s a chance that this ends Alcantara’s season, but time will tell. He is eligible to return on September 19 and we should have some tests results by then.

Andrew McCutchen – OF Pittsburgh Pirates

McCutchen’s season is apparently over, as he will be in a walking boot for quite some time.

Jarred Kelenic – OF Seattle Mariners

Kelenic now has nine hits in his six games played, and four of them have gone for extra bases. He looks locked in and ready to make up for lost time.

Adolis Garcia – OF Texas Rangers

The extent of this injury is unknown, but the team does have today off. The hope is that he can return on Friday and help the Rangers recover from the beatdown they took at the hands of the Astros.

Matt Chapman – 3B Toronto Blue Jays

This has been an ongoing issue that won’t subside. There might be some next steps to take if this continues. The hope is that Chapman returns this season, which he likely will. It’s all about when.

Lane Thomas – OF Washington Nationals

Thomas has been out of action since September 3 and will continue to miss time. It looks like he will avoid the Injured List and be back this weekend following an injection.

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