MLB Injuries


Updated Pos Player Tm Injury Latest Information
2015/02/27 OF Almonte, Zoilo ATL foot Updating a previous report, Atlanta Braves OF Melvin Upton Jr.'s (foot) MRI exam Friday, Feb. 27, revealed sesamoiditis, or inflammation in the bone behind the ball of the left foot. He'll be in a short-leg cast for two weeks and a walking boot for roughly four to six weeks. Upton will miss most of spring training and is expected to start baseball activities in early April. OFs Todd Cunningham, Eury Perez and Zoilo Almonte are the likely candidates to fill in in center field with Upton out.
2015/02/27 SP Bailey, Homer CIN forearm Cincinnati Reds SP Homer Bailey (forearm) threw 20 pitches during a bullpen session Friday, Feb. 27, and said his forearm felt good.
2015/02/27 OF Cunningham, Todd ATL foot Updating a previous report, Atlanta Braves OF Melvin Upton Jr.'s (foot) MRI exam Friday, Feb. 27, revealed sesamoiditis, or inflammation in the bone behind the ball of the left foot. He'll be in a short-leg cast for two weeks and a walking boot for roughly four to six weeks. Upton will miss most of spring training and is expected to start baseball activities in early April. OFs Todd Cunningham, Eury Perez and Zoilo Almonte are the likely candidates to fill in in center field with Upton out.
2015/02/28 SP Lee, Cliff PHI elbow Philadelphia Phillies SP Cliff Lee (elbow) will make his first Grapefruit League start against the Houston Astros Thursday, April 5. Lee will be participating in his first game action since July 31, and is slated to pitch two innings before being stretched out in subsequent starts.
2015/02/28 DH Martinez, Victor DET knee Detroit Tigers DH Victor Martinez (knee) will report to spring training Monday, March 2, according to manager Brad Ausmus. Ausmus said Martinez may be able to swing a bat when he reports and could hit some soft toss.
2015/02/27 SP Nelson, Jimmy MIL hamstring Milwaukee Brewers SP Jimmy Nelson (hamstring) was pushed back another day Friday, Feb. 27, because of a hamstring issue, however, manager Ron Roenicke maintains it isn't a serious injury.
2015/02/28 SP Paxton, James SEA forearm Seattle Mariners SP James Paxton (forearm) is scheduled to play catch Monday, March 2, and is working his way toward a bullpen session, according to pitching coach Rick Waits.
2015/02/27 OF Perez, Eury ATL foot Updating a previous report, Atlanta Braves OF Melvin Upton Jr.'s (foot) MRI exam Friday, Feb. 27, revealed sesamoiditis, or inflammation in the bone behind the ball of the left foot. He'll be in a short-leg cast for two weeks and a walking boot for roughly four to six weeks. Upton will miss most of spring training and is expected to start baseball activities in early April. OFs Todd Cunningham, Eury Perez and Zoilo Almonte are the likely candidates to fill in in center field with Upton out.
2015/02/28 SP Ryu, Hyun-Jin LAD back Los Angeles Dodgers SP Hyun-Jin Ryu (back) may throw a bullpen session Monday, March 2, according to manager Don Mattingly.
2015/02/28 SP Sale, Chris CWS foot Chicago White Sox SP Chris Sale (foot) reported to spring training with a foot injury Saturday, Feb. 28. The team will release some of the details of the injury in the near future.
2015/02/27 OF Saunders, Michael TOR knee Updating a previous report, Toronto Blue Jays OF Michael Saunders (knee) underwent surgery Friday, February 27, to remove 60% of the meniscus from his left knee. Saunders is expected to miss five to six weeks, should be able to start running in two weeks, and might be able to begin a rehab assignment in three to four weeks from now. "Having him back sooner is great, and nice that hes got a chance to be back by the middle of April," said general manager Alex Anthopoulos.
2015/02/27 OF Upton Jr. , Melvin ATL foot Updating a previous report, Atlanta Braves OF Melvin Upton Jr. (foot) is expected to be sidelined until at least May 1.
2015/02/27 OF Upton Jr. , Melvin ATL foot Atlanta Braves OF Melvin Upton Jr. (foot) is expected to miss spring training, as he will be in a cast for two weeks and then a walking boot for another four to six weeks.