Fuld (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Friday. Surgery has been deemed necessary to repair the rotator cuff in Fuld's shoulder, and he will miss the entire 2016 season as a result of the injury. The procedure has been set for May 18. He may be a non-tender candidate in the offseason.
Fuld's shoulder is still not strong enough for baseball activity, and he will undergo another strength test in about 10 days, CSN California's Joe Stiglich reports. It sounds like Fuld's recovery is going very slowly, and he is without a timetable to return. Once he is cleared to begin baseball activity he will likely head out on a lengthy rehab assignment.
Fuld (shoulder) hopes to return to swinging a bat this weekend, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Fuld has been shut down since undergoing an MRI on March 20, at which point he had cortisone and PRP shots in the region. Scheduled to miss three weeks with a strained left shoulder, swinging a bat would be a step in the right direction, though it remains likely that his health won't be intact once Opening Day rolls around next Monday.
Fuld will be out for three weeks due to a moderate left shoulder strain, CSN's Joe Stiglich reports. Coming off an ugly 2015 campaign, Fuld was hoping to earn one of the final spots on the Opening Day roster, but he's now expected to miss at least the first week of the season. His absence could allow Jake Smolinski to make the squad.
Fuld is scheduled for an MRI on his shoulder Sunday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Fuld has been on point at the plate throughout the spring, boasting a .417/.517/.625 line, one home run, six RBI, four runs scored, and five walks versus four strikeouts in 24 at-bats. However, on a throw to the plate Saturday, the outfielder "felt something" in his left shoulder. While potentially ominous, the examination will reveal the extent of the injury.