Latest Injury Reports from the Baseball World

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Ranger Suárez endured a left hand contusion after being struck by a 106.1 mph line drive during Saturday’s game against the Cardinals. He was forced to leave the game after just two innings. Suárez’s teammate, Trea Turner, suffering from a left hamstring strain, has been seen doing some running and taking ground balls, yet the team has not established a timeline for his return to base running.

The San Diego Padres placed two pivotal players on the 15-day injured list Saturday; Joe Musgrove is dealing with right elbow inflammation, while Yu Darvish is contending with a left groin strain. The Washington Nationals had to scratch CJ Abrams from Saturday’s lineup for undisclosed reasons, following a possible injury incurred the previous night. Nationals pitcher Josiah Gray, struggling with a flexor strain, has been progressing with bullpen sessions and awaits further evaluation after his next session.

Kansas City Royals’ pitcher Michael Wacha experienced a setback when struck in the foot by a comebacker, yet he managed to continue pitching through the pain. Following the game, he was seen in a protective boot and underwent scans to assess the injury. Brady Singer, his teammate, was unable to start against the Twins due to illness.

The Baltimore Orioles’ John Means and Tyler Wells face season-ending UCL surgeries, with their returns uncertain and depending on the need for more extensive surgery.

Source: MLB.com

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