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The injuries of the Tigers and the moves of the roster

The injuries of the Tigers and the moves of the roster

2021-06-10 22:29:00

Track recent Tigers transactions and injury updates throughout the season.

June 10: OF Derek Hill placed on the 10-day IL (right shoulder sprain); OF Daz Cameron recalled by the Triple-A Toledo
Like Hill, 24-year-old Cameron is a former first-round pick who made his Major League debut with the Tigers last season, going 11 of 57 (0.193) in 17 games. His 2021 season was delayed by injuries, first with an elbow problem caused by a winter ball, then a fractured right wrist. He returned a few weeks ago with a hot club for Triple-A Toledo, beating .338 (26-of-77) for Mud Hens with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs, 13 RBI and a .958 OPS.

June 10: LHP Derek Holland undergoes 10-day IL (left shoulder inflammation); RHP Alex Lange recalled by the Triple-A Toledo
Lange returns to Detroit after an initial period of ups and downs. He appeared very well in his first six outings in April, then fought through a three-point innings trio over the next two and a half weeks. He posted an ERA of 7.36 in seven appearances at Toledo, allowing six out of 10 runs across 7 1/3 innings with eight walks and seven strikeouts.

June 10: RHP Rony García post on 10-day IL (left knee sprain); recalled RHP Beau Burrows from Triple-A Toledo
Burrows, the number 23 prospect of the Tigers according to MLB Pipeline, gets his first call-up of the season after making his big league debut in Detroit last summer. The former first-round pick has recorded an ERA of 6.23 in nine games (one as a starter) for Triple-A Toledo so far this season, hitting 17 batters in 17 1/3 innings.

June 10: Outrighted OF JaCoby Jones at Triple-A Toledo
Jones was already a Mud Hen, having been optioned in Toledo on May 24, but was in quit limbo after being removed from Detroit’s 40-man roster on Sunday to make room for rescuer Jason Foley. Jones could have opted for free agency after canceling waivers, but he would have had to give up about $ 1.7 million, the prorated portion of his $ 2.65 million contract.

RHP Rony García (left knee sprain)
Expected return
: to be defined
García collapsed on the pitch during pre-match throwing work on June 10, prompting the Tigers to make a last-minute move for a fresh arm. The initial evaluation revealed a meniscus tear in the left knee, according to manager AJ Hinch.

“He’s going to see a couple of doctors. It doesn’t look good,” Hinch said. (Last updated: June 10)

OF Derek Hill (right shoulder sprain)
Expected return
: Possibly on June 20
Hill lost 9-6 in 11 innings to the Mariners after crashing into the center wall at Comerica Park to make a spectacular hold and steal a shot from Kyle Seager. His right shoulder sustained the impact of the impact against the wall before falling to the ground. He avoided a dislocation, but was diagnosed with a grade 1 sprain, the least harmful on the scales. (Last updated: June 10)

LHP Derek Holland (left shoulder inflammation)
Expected return
: to be defined
Holland’s injury is in a different part of his shoulder than the strain that got him on the injury list last month, manager AJ Hinch said. The left-handed veteran reported grief after his speed drop raised concern in his latest outing on June 9. (Last updated: June 10)

RHP Michael Fulmer (right shoulder strain)
Expected return
: Week of June 14th
Tests did not indicate serious injuries with Fulmer, who reported shoulder fatigue and then discomfort while attempting to throw last week after a break. “We are optimistic that it will be a short time,” said manager AJ Hinch. “We’ll know a little more when we turn it back on, but the sense of relief for him and for us is that it’s nothing structurally great. It’s a bit of an inflammation and hopefully can be cleared quickly. ” (Last updated: June 8)

RHP Spencer Turnbull (right forearm tension)
Expected return:
Mid to late June
The tests supported the initial diagnosis of muscle injury rather than structural damage, according to manager AJ Hinch. The expectation is that his IL period will be shorter than initially feared. He’ll be looking to resume throwing later in the week, at which point the Tigers should have a better timeline on him. (Last updated: June 8)

OF Victor Reyes (intercostal strain)
Expected return:
to be defined
Reyes had initially felt the injury a week earlier and returned, but an awkward swing on June 1 in Milwaukee was a warning sign for manager AJ Hinch to verify beyond Reyes’ insistence that he was feeling fine.

“The more we talked to him, the more we realized he was bothering him up to that point,” Hinch said. “It has become quite clear that we have to close it for a few days.” (Last updated: June 3)

C Grayson Greiner (left hamstring tension)
Expected return:
to be defined
Greiner had a delay in his rehab assignment with Triple-A Toledo, sitting outside last weekend after dealing with hamstring discomfort while running the bases. Continue to have pain and will rest for at least five days at a minimum. Once healthy, he will return to his rehabilitation post. (Last updated: May 31)

RHP Erasmo Ramirez (right pectoral strain)
Expected return:
Possibly in late June
Ramirez did not make an appearance for the Tigers before going to IL. He was preparing for what would be his debut with the Tigers on 7 May when he had to stop due to injury. He’s stepping up his launch work at Low-A Lakeland, manager AJ Hinch said, and he’s getting close to climbing a mound again. However, there is still a few weeks left for a potential return. (Last updated: May 29)

C Wilson Ramos (lumbar spine strain)
Expected return:
to be defined
Ramos will go through a full rehabilitation process before being allowed to return, manager AJ Hinch said. He will likely have a longer absence than the 10 days he missed earlier this month with the same injury. (Last updated: May 25)

RHP Julio Teheran (right shoulder strain)
Expected return:
to be defined
Tehran, which was part of the Tigers’ Opening Day roster following a dominant Spring Training as an unlisted invitation, made a departure for Detroit on April 3 before reporting shoulder problems. He hasn’t resumed pitching yet, manager AJ Hinch said, and he plans to see a doctor soon. (Last updated: May 29)

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