Pollock (groin) logged seven innings in center field during a rehab game at Triple-A Reno on Tuesday. He went 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored.
The Diamondbacks have yet to officially announce the next step for Pollock, but it's likely that he'll play nine innings in one more rehab game before being activated from the 10-day disabled list, possibly as soon as the weekend. Assuming Pollock's groin presents no issues for him upon rejoining the Diamondbacks' lineup, he should settle into an everyday role right away, resulting in Gregor Blanco and Rey Fuentes losing out on at-bats.
Pollock (groin, quad) will play his next rehab game Tuesday with Triple-A Reno, Jack Magruder of FanRagSports.com reports.
Pollock resumed his rehab assignment Sunday -- going 0-for-2 with a walk while playing four innings in the field -- after encountering quad soreness during his initial stint. Tuesday will be his next chance to get a clear read on his health, as he seeks to rejoin the D-Backs sometime within the next week.
Pollock (groin, quad) returned to Triple-A Reno's lineup Sunday, going 0-for-2 with a walk and a run scored.
Pollock's rehab assignment at Reno was sidetracked for about a week after he experienced right quad tightness in a June 19 game, but he returned to action with no apparent issues Sunday. The 29-year-old only played four innings in center field, but that was likely the plan all along as he attempts to ease back into action. Pollock is expected to play a few more games in the minors before potentially rejoining the Diamondbacks over the upcoming weekend.
Pollock (groin/quad) is tentatively scheduled to pick up his rehab assignment with Triple-A Reno on Sunday, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.
Pollock was on a rehab assignment earlier in the week before shut down after experiencing some tightness in his right quad. He was able to get through his normal pregame activities in the following days, clearing the way for him to rejoin Reno on his rehab assignment. It's unclear how many more games he will need with the Aces before he's ready to rejoin the big club, but Pollock continues to inch closer to a return.
Pollock (groin, quad) was able to do some running and agility work Tuesday, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.
Pollock, who was placed on the 10-day disabled list May 15 with a Grade 1 right groin strain, appeared in his second rehab game at Triple-A Reno on Monday, exiting early after experiencing tightness in his right quad. The Diamondbacks listed Pollock as day-to-day after the contest, but the fact the outfielder was able to do some on-field activity a day later suggests the latest injury isn't a major concern. Pollock will rest Wednesday before going through normal pregame activities Thursday, at which point it will be determined if he's able to return to the Reno lineup.
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