Injured: Brad Peacock, Brett Oberholtzer
Brad Peacock is on the 15 day DL with a left intercostal muscle strain. He will rest before starting any rehab. Brett Oberholtzer is in regular starter routines, and he should be slotted for a start sometime this week.
Injured: Coco Crisp, Sean Doolittle, Jesse Hahn, Ben Zobrist
There is movement from Coco Crisp, he was throwing from 60 feet, with no problems. He is still without a true timetable, but most likely will return late May – early June. Sean Doolittle has no reported setbacks, and was throwing from flat ground. He also is without an official timetable, Tyler Clippard remains the closer as of now, even with a few rocky outings. Jesse Hahn had nothing serious, just a blister, he is most likely going to start sometime late in the week. Bad news for Ben Zobrist and the A’s, he has a slight meniscus tear, and will had surgery on Sunday. He will be out 4-6 weeks. Eric Sogard will see the majority of time at second base.
Injured: Dioner Navarro
Dioner Navarro has been in out of Toronto’s starting lineup, he hit the 15 day DL with a slight left hamstring tear. He will be out 2-3 weeks, and then will be re-evaluated. These are tricky injuries, and Russell Martin, and Justin Smoak will see even more time.
Injured: Mike Minor
There has been no update on the setback suffered by Mike Minor. His season remains in question, and we will have further news once the Braves release information.
Injured: Carlos Gomez, Jonathan Lucroy, Scooter Gennett
There is good news in regards to Carlos Gomez, he was able to sprint at full speed, and has had zero setbacks. He was taking batting practice, and doing pregame drills. He will likely be taken off the DL on the first of May. With that good news, there is some bad news, Jonathan Lucroy suffered a broken left big toe, he will miss 4-6 weeks. Every year we get a few weird injuries, Scooter Gennett injured his hand while showering. He has a hand laceration, but was taking swings on Sunday. He will get his stitches removed, and be taken off in a week.
Injured: Adam Wainwright, Jason Heyward, Jaime Garcia
The most devastating injury news out of baseball, came out of St. Louis. Adam Wainwright is done for the season, after suffering a torn left Achilles. He will be out for 9-12 months, so this will linger into 2016. This makes Jaime Garcia getting healthy an important priority. He is throwing simulated games, and will begin to throw rehab games within a week or two. Jason Heyward is day-to-day with a groin issue, he should be out of the lineup for a few games, if that much.
Injured: Jacob Lamb
One of the young guys for Arizona was off to a hot start before fracturing his foot. The injury is not as serious as it sounds, he will just miss 2-3 weeks. This creates an opportunity for Cuban star Yasmany Tomas.
Injured: Kenley Jansen, Yasiel Puig, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Brandon McCarthy, Joel Peralta
The closer situation in L.A. has been a mess, and while Joel Peralta was the guy, he hits the 15 day DL with arm soreness. Kenley Jansen is close to making a rehab assignment, as long as he doesn’t have a setback in bullpen sessions. We could see him by the end of May. Hamstring injuries are tricky, and Yasiel Puig pushed it before getting 100%, he will serve on the 15 day DL until he is fully healthy. It is just a strain, nothing serious. Hyun-Jin Ryu threw bullpen sessions this week, and was reported to look great. Don Mattingly said he needs to get stronger, so he could still be two weeks at the least away. Brandon McCarthy is out for the year with a torn UCL.
Injured: Matt Cain, Hunter Pence, Jake Peavy
The Giants need an offensive lift, and Hunter Pence is close to return. He was taking swings off a tee, and there are talks of him making a rehab assignment later this week. It will still be some time before the Giants get Matt Cain back, he is barely playing catch, and the Giants need him to make rehab starts. Jake Peavy is in the same boat, barely playing catch, although his issue is not due to throwing, it is a strained lower back.
Injured: Yan Gomes
Yan Gomes is just strengthening himself, and working on rehab exercises. He is still at least 6 weeks at the most away from returning.
Injured: Henderson Alvarez, Christian Yelich, Jose Fernandez
It seems there has been a major injury avoided, Henderson Alvarez is schedule to start playing catch, and resume usual starting activities. He will return sometime this month, likely later. Christian Yelich had an MRI, which revealed a bulging disc in his back, he is optimistic he will return in the first week of May. This was an issue last season, but this year he says it is not as bad. Something to keep an eye on. Jose Fernandez is ready to throw against hitters, this is a huge step for him. He had a small bullpen session, and is on pace to return sometime in June.
Injured: Travis D’Arnaud, David Wright
Travis D’Arnaud is three weeks away from resuming baseball activities. Kevin Plawecki has been called up to fill in, alongside Anthony Recker. David Wright is starting up baseball activities, he could be back by the end of the week.
Injured: Anthony Rendon, Max Scherzer
Anthony Rendon was playing in rehab games a few days ago, and was scratched with fatigue today. He had a rest day yesterday, which causes some concern. A lot is unclear after his scratch. Max Scherzer will skip a start with a sprained thumb, which he injured while hitting.
Injured: J.J. Hardy, Matt Wieters
J.J. Hardy had a cortisone shot, and will sit for a few days, before a few rehab games. He hopes to return in a week. Matt Wieters is playing in extended games, he will likely return in mid-May.
Injured: Derek Holland, Matt Harrison
Derek Holland is still sitting and nursing his shoulder injury. Matt Harrison on the other hand threw 80 pitches in a simulated game. He is on target to return in June.
Injured: Alex Cobb, John Jaso
John Jaso has been transferred to the 60 day DL, He will be out at least another month, and possibly return in June. Alex Cobb is making slow progress, but good news is he threw a bullpen session today. He is till without a timetable, so it is tough to tell when he will be back.
Injured: Shane Victorino
Another hamstring injury, this time Shane Victorino is the victim. The Sox outfield was crowded, and this frees up space for Allen Craig and Brock Holt. He is likely out until mid-May.
Injured: Homer Bailey, Devin Mesoraco
Homer Bailey is heading back to the DL with a right ligament sprain in his elbow. He will likely miss an extended amount of time. Devin Mesoraco is still sitting in the pinch-hitting role, and is still a few days from catching.
Injured: Greg Holland, Alex Rios
Greg Holland is cleared to throw and will begin activities this week. This should be a quick rehab before he returns to the closer role. Alex Rios is still out with a broken left land, and will likely miss 4-5 weeks.
Injured: Joe Nathan, Justin Verlander
Joe Nathan experienced a setback in a bullpen session, an MRI revealed a a torn UCL. He will also miss the remainder of the season. Joakim Soria is your leading man for the rest of the season. There is still no timetable for Justin Verlander, and he went in for an MRI, which revealed strained triceps. He will not pickup a ball until the inflammation goes down.