Phillies' Seranthony Dominguez: Won't require surgery
Dominguez (elbow) won't require Tommy John surgery, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
He visited with Dr. James Andrews, who recommended a PRP injection instead of surgery. Dominguez will be re-evaluated in three weeks and could be throwing in four-to-six weeks. Given the timing of his injury, it makes sense for Dominguez to attempt to recover via non-surgical means, as he'd likely be out for the rest of 2019 and potentially all of 2020 if he went under the knife -- an option that of course remains on the table if the attempt to treat the injury with an injection is deemed a failure.
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