Injury Report – 6/24

Jeff Davis provides an update in today's edition of the Injury Report.

Hello and welcome to the Injury Report!

This roundup is a biweekly article, published on Mondays and Fridays, where I aim to detail approximately five relevant injuries that have occurred over the past few days or provide an update on the injury of a prominent MLB player. I will try to incorporate the available information as well as my own knowledge and experience to approximate a return date in each case, noting the individual characteristics of the injuries and of the players themselves.

If you have questions regarding an injury not detailed in this article, feel free to comment below, and I will give my best effort to provide a timely update.


Ketel Marte – Left Groin Injury


Ketel Marte has missed time due to a left groin injury, but was reportedly ready to play on Sunday. Marte should return to the lineup during the first half of this week but may have a day-off implanted within the week.

Estimated return: This week.


Mike Soroka – Right Forearm Contusion


Mike Soroka was struck by a pitch and removed early from his Sunday start. X-rays came back negative, and Soroka is expected to make his next start on Friday.

Estimated return: Expected to start on Friday.


Mike Clevinger – Left Ankle Sprain


Mike Clevinger sprained his left ankle in his return from a back injury. This ankle injury appears mild, and Clev was initially anticipated to not hit the IL, but he felt renewed soreness during a Thursday bullpen session. Clevinger’s left foot is his landing foot and is put under intense pressure when pitching. He should be able to return to play when first eligible on June 28th.

Estimated return: June 28th.


Jordan Hicks – Right Triceps Tendinitis


Jordan Hicks has been diagnosed with right triceps tendinitis. He will rest for a few days to hope that the acute inflammation he is experiencing will subside. If he continues to experience discomfort, he will likely be shut down from throwing for 2-4 weeks and receive ongoing conservative treatment. Unfortunately, the IL is the likely scenario here.

Estimated return: End of July.


Blake Treinen – Right Shoulder Strain


Blake Treinen has been placed on the IL with a right rotator cuff strain. The injury has reportedly been bugging Treinen for several weeks and was confirmed via MRI. Treinen will be shut down from throwing and undergo conservative treatments. He won’t be an option for the A’s for at least a month.

Estimated return: End of July or later, depending on response to conservative treatment.


If there is a player you would like information on who I have not detailed in this article please comment below and I will reply as I am able.

Graphic by Michael Haas (@digitalHaas on Twitter)

Jeff Davis

Jeff is a healthcare professional with experience in upper extremity rehabilitation. Jeff pitched at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Jeff coaches pitching at the high school level.

7 responses to “Injury Report – 6/24”

  1. cambio says:

    Pablo Lopez Pablo Lopez Pablo Lopez!!!?

    • Jeff Davis says:

      Nothing has changed since 6/21 when I replied to a comment: While the injury is considered mild he will still be shut down from throwing for a period of a few weeks. A rough estimate of 4-6 weeks seems appropriate.

  2. cambio says:

    shoulda known to dig deeper — my b! does his 2018 season-ending shoulder injury factor into your estimate? thx!!!

    • Jeff Davis says:

      It did a bit, but since he had ample time to recover and he is young I didn’t weight it too heavily. Reports that he is dealing with a minor shoulder strain make me optimistic. A timetable of 4-6 weeks seems like a good place to start, though there is potential to fall back a week or two.

  3. Jonathan Dwyer says:

    Any thoughts on Diego Castillo? Thanks.

  4. RES says:

    Any idea when Haniger will be back? Should he be close to 100% going forward? It’s such an odd injury.

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