Injury notes: Trenin, Nelson, Severino, Britton

The Dodgers She was homeless Blake Trains For much of the season, shoulder issues kept him on the injured list. The right-hand man was out between mid-April and early September, and his return to the active roster only lasted twice this month. Treinen returned to IL with his shoulder tight in position retrospectively through September 7. While he will be eligible to return from that assignment tomorrow, Director Dave Roberts told reporters that Treinen’s shoulder did not respond to Monday’s session as hoped (via David Vasig of AM 570 LA Sports And the JP Hornstra of the Southern California News Group).

Roberts has indicated that there is some concern that Treinen may not be available in time for the post-season, which begins just two weeks from now. Los Angeles is sure to say goodbye in the first round of the Wild Card series, which will give Treinen more time to try and come back. If they can get the 34-year-old back into the fold, it will go a long way toward improving the rules of the game. While he has been limited to making only five appearances this year, Treinen was one of the best late-season sports weapons of the past season. He worked on a 1.99 ERA with a 29.7% strike rate while pitting more than half of the hits he allowed through 72 1/3 frames in 2021.

Some other injury notes from around the game:

  • The Diamondbacks Rookie start mode Rain Nelson On the list of the wounded for 15 days this afternoon, referring to the south Tyler Holton of Triple-A Reno in place. The right-handed man is dealing with scapulitis that will be ending his season a few weeks ago. Director Torey Lovullo didn’t seem particularly concerned about the long-term problem, telling reporters (including Nick Bikoro from ArizonaThe club was proceeding with extra caution at the end of the season. Lovullo has indicated that Nelson should be in the mix for a place in next season’s opening tournament, which is no surprise given his potential pedigree. Nelson, the 96th agricultural worker in American baseball, entered the 2022 campaign and struggled with the long ball in a hit-friendly Triple A environment, but impressed in his first three starts in the league. He allowed only four runs (three earned) with 16 strikes and six walks in 18 1/3 runs to start his MLB career.
  • The Yankees re Louis Severino From the 60-day infected list this afternoon, as expected. New York already had a vacancy on the 40-man list, and they chose it Miguel Andujar to Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre to open a place in the active list. Severino, who was sidelined after two months of fatigue in mid-June, returned with five runs on one ball in the win over the Pirates. The Right threw 64 shots and characters to gradually build the field count with each start in preparation for a possible role in the playoff rotation. It is also likely that New York will soon welcome the return of the Savior Zach Brittonwho has not thrown the MLB bid since undergoing a UCL overhaul last September. Joel Sherman from The New York Post He was among those to take Britton reports to the main league club after making eight appearances in rehab. Although he has not yet been officially brought back from the 60-day infected list, it will likely happen in the coming days.