Injury Updates: Fister, Quentin, Baker, Rendon

DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 11: Doug Fister #58 of the Detroit Tigers walks off the field after pulled in the eighth inning of Game Three of the American League Championship Series against the Texas Rangers at Comerica Park on October 11, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Top prospect Anthony Rendon went down with a leg injury and Doug Fister found himself on the disabled list Saturday as several others work to recover from their various injuries and ailments.

Here's the latest in bumps and bruises around the league:

  • Hendriks Out with Food Poisoning, Swarzak to Start | Bollinger Beat
    Twins rookie right-hander Liam Hendriks is in the hospital because of food poisoning, and will miss his scheduled start against the Orioles today.
  • Rendon Suffers Apparent Leg Injury | Nats Insider
    Anthony Rendon, the Nationals' top pick in last summer's draft, suffered an apparent left leg injury tonight while rounding third base during high-Class A Potomac's game at Lynchburg.
  • Rockies' De La Rosa Believes He'll Return in June | The Denver Post
    Jorge De La Rosa possesses talent that could force a seismic shift in the standings. He quietly threw in a 45-pitch simulated game Tuesday, clearly another important hurdle with his surgically repaired elbow while remaining on pace to return to the big leagues in June.
  • Recovery Slow for Blue Jays' McGowan | Twitter @LottOnBaseball
    Dustin McGowan still not throwing. Foot improving. Shoulder strengthening regimen followed temporary soreness that arose when he tried tossing.
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