Cody Asche

#25 LF / Philadelphia Phillies / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 204 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

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    INJURY ALERT: DL | Oblique | Expected to be out until at least May 23
    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Phillies' Cody Asche: No timetable for return

      Asche (oblique) has been swinging a bat, but has not progressed to taking batting practice yet, Jim Salisbury of CSN Philadelphia reports. Asche is at the Phillies' spring training complex in Florida rehabbing his oblique injury. Manager Pete Mackanin said Asche is a "ways away" from returning to the team. The Phillies are being cautious after Asche suffered a setback in late March trying to return too soon from the injury.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: To resume hitting in early May

      Asche (oblique) will likely resume baseball activities in early May, Meghan Montemurro of The News Journal reports. Asche was reevaluated in Philadelphia on Wednesday and the team's current plan of action is to have the young outfielder resume hitting in the first week of May. According to Montemurro, the team will adjust its timetable for Asche depending on how his body responds after he returns to baseball activities. Given that Asche has been on the shelf since early March due to his oblique injury, he may require a longer than normal rehab stint before being activated from the disabled list.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Will be reevaluated Wednesday

      Asche (oblique) will be reevaluated Wednesday in Philadelphia, Meghan Montemurro of the News Journal reports. Manager Pete Mackanin said that Asche believes he's turned a corner in his recovery, which bodes very well for the young outfielder. If the reevaluation goes well Wednesday, Asche could resume baseball activities soon, which could help him get back to the Phillies around late-April or early-May.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Placed on the 15-day disabled list

      The Phillies placed Asche (oblique) on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, Ryan Lawrence of the Philly Voice reports. Asche missed all of camp with the injury. He was nearing a return when he re-injured himself of a swing-and-miss during a game last week. He will likely be sidelined into late-April or early-May. Cedric Hunter is expected to see the majority of the playing time in Asche absence.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Re-injures right oblique

      Asche re-injured his right oblique on a swing-and-miss during a minor league game Saturday, Ryan Lawrence of the Philly Voice reports. Asche was already ticketed to start the year on the disabled list, but now might be sidelined into the month of May. The Phillies are expected to go with Tyler Goeddel and either Cedric Hunter or Wil Venable in left field while Asche is out.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Will start season on DL

      Asche (oblique) will start the season on the disabled list, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Asche has missed every spring training game due to the injury, and it appears that the issue is bad enough that he'll need to start the season on the shelf. With this development, recently-acquired Will Venable, David Lough, and Cedric Hunter are the leaders to garner the final reserve outfielder spot on the Phillies 25-man roster.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Plays four innings in a minor league game

      Asche (oblique) played four innings in a minor league game Wednesday, CSN Philadelphia reports. Asche is making slow progress in his recovery from an oblique strain. It is likely he will need to open the season on the disabled list.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Takes batting practice Tuesday

      Asche (oblique) took batting practice Tuesday, Ryan Lawrence of PhillyVoice.com reports. Asche has been limited by his oblique injury all spring, and he is now just reaching the point where he can take swings. He still has some time to get ready for Opening Day, but he has not hit in a game and does not appear on the verge of doing so quite yet, so there is a chance be begins the regular season on the disabled list.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Plays the outfield in a minor league game

      Asche (oblique) played four innings in the outfield Thursday in a minor league game, CSN Philadelphia reports. Asche did not bat, but has started doing some light swinging in the batting cage. It is reaching the point where it is going to be very difficult for Asche to be ready for Opening Day. He might miss the first week or two of the regular season in order to get in enough work, but should not be forgotten in deeper drafts. He figures to earn at least a share of the playing time in left field this season with Aaron Altherr sidelined for 4-6 months.

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      Phillies' Cody Asche: Could start season on DL

      Asche (oblique) could start the season on the DL, Ryan Lawrence of The Philly Voice reports. An MRI Wednesday revealed a Grade 1 right oblique strain, forcing him to take a step back from his rehab work. Manager Pete Mackanin said it was a day-to-day thing, but acknowledged that Asche is not able to participate in any hitting activities. Following an injury to Aaron Altherr that will keep him our four to six months, Asche has a chance to earn some playing time in the outfield, although while he deals with this injury Tyler Goeddel appears to be the favorite to earn those at-bats in the early going.