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There is a chance Stephen Strasburg won’t pitch in postseason for the Nationals:
Strasburg received a PRP shot Friday after leaving his start on Wednesday in the third inning. The initial diagnosis was a flexor mass strain, but Strasburg will have another doctor review the results of his MRI, according to MLB.com’s Jamal Collier.
Things might not come as easy for the Astros with Dallas Keuchel sidelined.
San Francisco was interested in adding Wade Davis:
The Dodgers remain unsure when Scott Kazmir will return to their rotation:
#Dodgers Scott Kazmir has been diagnosed with "thoracic spine inflammation." No timetable for his return yet.— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) September 10, 2016
Arizona will be down a catcher for the remainder of the season:
#Dbacks C Herrmann to undergo season-ending wrist surgery Tuesday.— Jack Magruder (@JackMagruder) September 10, 2016
AJ Pollock could return in the coming weeks:
#Dbacks AJ Pollock had MRI. Strained groin. Will be week before gets started at rehab. Could return before end of season.— Steve Gilbert (@SteveGilbertMLB) September 10, 2016
Colorado is down an outfielder:
Source: Rockies have released OF Brandon Barnes.— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) September 10, 2016
It seems Cleveland will be without a starter for a bit:
Francona: Salazar getting treatment today, will head back to CLE on Sunday for followup tests with doctor. Will miss at least one start.— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) September 10, 2016
This is pretty good news for Minnesota:
Twins say Paul Molitor, signed for $2.5 million next year, has given the club every indication he intends to return to manage in 2017.— Charley Walters (@Charley_Walters) September 9, 2016
Kansas City might be without Cain for the remainder of the season:
Lorenzo Cain on how his sprained hand feels: "Bad ... every swing, it doesn’t feel good. I don’t know what to say. How’s it look?"— Rustin Dodd (@rustindodd) September 10, 2016
San Diego really wanted to get rid of Olivera:
Source: Padres will pay the remainder of Hector Olivera's contract. By releasing him, they gave up any opportunity to offset his salary.— Dennis Lin (@sdutdennislin) September 9, 2016
Not good news for the Nationals:
Dusty says Sammy Solis hit a bit of a "roadblock" in his rehab. Nats are hopeful that Solis will be able to return, but progress has slowed— Dan Kolko (@masnKolko) September 9, 2016
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