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  • Ramos to have season-ending surgery on labrum

    A.J. Ramos

    The Mets announced Tuesday that AJ Ramos will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, ending his season and perhaps his Mets career.

  • Phils lose Crawford (hand fracture) for 4-6 weeks

    J.P. Crawford

    The Phillies will be without J.P. Crawford for a lengthy stretch, as the infielder sustained a fractured left hand in Tuesday night's tough 7-6 loss to the Cardinals at Citizens Bank Park.

  • Acuna closing in on start of rehab assignment

    Ronald Acuna

    Braves manager Brian Snitker wasn't ready to definitively say when Ronald Acuna Jr. will begin playing in Minor League rehab games. But as Snitker spoke before Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays, he indicated the young outfielder is almost ready to take another step toward returning to Atlanta's lineup.

  • Strickland out 6-8 weeks after breaking hand

    Hunter Strickland

    Giants closer Hunter Strickland fractured his right hand punching a door after his blown save against the Marlins on Monday.

  • Halos optimistic about Ohtani's recovery

    Shohei Ohtani

    The Angels' medical staff and Dr. Steve Yoon were "very optimistic" about the prognosis of Shohei Ohtani's Grade 2 UCL sprain in the aftermath of the platelet-rich plasma and stem cell injections Ohtani received from Yoon last week, manager Mike Scioscia said Monday.

  • Cueto feeling good after simulated game

    Johnny Cueto

    Judging from the way Johnny Cueto shimmied and sashayed through his deliveries during a two-inning simulated game Monday, the right-hander looked as if he never needed to go on the disabled list.

  • Bruce scratched Monday

    Jay Bruce

    Jay Bruce was a late scratch from the Mets' lineup Monday against the Rockies due to continued hip soreness, which could land him on the disabled list.

  • Baez says he's fine, hopes to return Tuesday

    Javier Baez

    A day after he was hit on the left elbow by a pitch, Javier Baez said on Monday that he's fine and may return for Tuesday's game against the Dodgers.

  • Carrasco's elbow shows no structural damage

    Carlos Carrasco

    The Indians can exhale some after the latest round of tests on Carlos Carrasco's right elbow came back negative for any structural damage.

  • Kershaw possibly ready for activation

    Clayton Kershaw

    After Clayton Kershaw threw an impressive three-inning simulated game at Wrigley Field on Monday, all concerned agreed that the Dodgers' ace is ready.