Morin (neck) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Salt Lake on Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Morin has been sidelined for roughly a month, but it seems like he's nearly back to full health. A firmer timetable for his return should come forth following Wednesday's outing, but there's a good chance he'll be able to return in the next week or two.
Morin (neck) will face hitters Tuesday and go on a rehab assignment if all goes well, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. Morin is still on pace to return by the end of the month. That said, Morin posted an 8.10 ERA prior to going on the disabled list, and it's possible he will be sent to the minors upon his return from injury.
Morin (neck) believes he is at 100 percent and could return in approximately three weeks, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Morin has resumed throwing, which is a step in the right direction. The reliever saw limited success for the Angels (8.10 ERA) prior to landing on the disabled list, so don't look for the team to be in any hurry to rush the reliever back.
Morin was placed on the 10-day DL on Friday with neck stiffness, Maria Guardado of MLB.com reports. Alex Meyer was recalled to take Morin's spot on the active roster. Morin has given up at least one run in all four of his appearances so far this season, resulting in a 8.10 ERA over 6.2 innings. The move is retroactive to April 20, so Morin will be eligible to return as soon as April 30.
Morin was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. With Garrett Richards (biceps) landing on the DL, Morin will come up to provide bullpen depth in the short term. Morin was a bit unlucky last year with just a 62.1 percent strand rate, leading to a 4.37 ERA over 55.2 innings. His FIP was quite a bit lower at 3.65.
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