MLB Injury Updates
The Padres’ star shortstop could miss up to three months following surgery.
Morton amazingly was able to get three outs after breaking his leg, but he’s done for the rest of the Fall Classic.
McCullers, who missed the ALCS, won’t pitch again this postseason.
Williams is likely done for the year, though there’s a possibility he could return if Milwaukee reaches the World Series.
With the Mets eliminated from playoff contention, they won’t take any risks with their ace.
A highly unfortunate development for the Mets and deGrom.
Betts is dealt another setback during his hottest stretch of the season.
Awful news for the Braves and for baseball as a whole.
Extremely rough news for the AL Central leaders.
Miami’s ace finishes his 2021 season without appearing in a game.
The Rays’ ace suffers a injury that puts the rest of his season in doubt.
Cleveland loses its ace to a shoulder injury.
Manager Mike Shildt referred to Flaherty’s injury as "significant."
As if the Mets hadn’t been dealt enough bad breaks this season.
The Nationals’ best player goes down with a shoulder injury.
Even with players being partially vaccinated, COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on baseball and sports in general.
The 2019 MVP will be slowed for a while by calf soreness.
This is brutal news for a White Sox team that expects to make a serious run at the AL Central title in 2021.
The Blue Jays took a gamble on the former All-Star after he missed most of 2020, and it doesn’t appear it’ll pay off.
The Astros’ ace finishes 2020 with just one start.
We’ll see if some rest can help Bumgarner get back on track.
An awful development for the Braves and baseball as a whole.
This news seemingly puts Archer’s future in major doubt.
This is another disappointing development for a pitcher whose career has been ravaged by injuries.
GM Brian Cashman also expects Giancarlo Stanton to miss the Yankees’ opener.
More discouraging news for Stanton, who played in just 18 games last season.