Gentry (back) is set to move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. Gentry has already appeared in eight rehab games with the Angels' rookie-level club and High-A Inland Empire, hitting .217 in those contests. He's been out since late April with back tightness, but finally seems to be turning the corner in his recovery and could be on tap for a return from the DL by next weekend.
Gentry's rehab assignment has been delayed as he is experiencing lat tightness, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports. He was originally on the 60-day DL due to a "personal medical condition" and it now sounds like he's being slowed by a more traditional ailment. Once his back/shoulder tightness eases up he should go on a somewhat lengthy rehab assignment and could return in late July or early August.
Gentry (personal) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Saturday. Originally, it was a back injury that forced Gentry to the DL, but a "personal medical condition" has kept him there, per the Angels. Gentry is without a timetable for a return, but will be ineligible for activation until late June.
Gentry will remain on the DL with a personal medical condition, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports. It appears Gentry will have to wait to be activated and the exact details surrounding his "personal medical condition" are unknown, but more information should be available soon and he should be able to return in the near future.
Gentry (back) is expected to start a rehab assignment Friday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. After a little over a week of participating in baseball activities, Gentry appears to be ready for the next step in his rehab assignment. It's unclear how long the rehab assignment will last, but he could be in position to make a return sometime within the next week or two as long as everything goes as planned.
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