Dunn (shoulder) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports. Dunn was hoping to return from the 60-day DL during the Rockies' upcoming series against the Giants, but a setback suffered during the southpaw's rehab assignment effectively ended his season. He's set to undergo surgery on his AC joint in the coming weeks. The veteran reliever was limited to just 17 innings this season due to multiple injuries, struggling to a 9.00 ERA.
Dunn (shoulder) is dealing with soreness and will be evaluated at Coors Field on Monday, Nick Groke of The Athletic Denver reports. The testing will determine the next step for the southpaw, who holds an ugly 9.00 ERA in 25 major-league appearances this season. Dunn has endured three stints on the disabled list and will need to respond positively to checkups in the next week in order to convince the club he's worth a roster spot down the stretch.
Dunn (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday and expects to return from the 10-day disabled list during the Rockies' series with the Giants that begins Sept. 3, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports. The southpaw is in the midst of his third DL stint of the season, this time due to inflammation in the AC joint of his shoulder. Dunn seems to be on the cusp of a return, however, as he tossed a simulated game Friday and reported no pain during the sessions. He'll now prepare for the rehab assignment, with four appearances likely on tap for Dunn during his time on the farm. Once reinstated from the DL, Dunn will presumably be ticketed for a middle-relief role after turning in a 9.00 ERA and 2.35 WHIP over his 17 outings with the Rockies prior to being shut down.
Dunn was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Friday. Dunn was placed on the disabled list July 7 with an injury to the AC joint in his left shoulder. He later received a platelet-rich injection in the injured shoulder, although there remains no timetable for his return.
Dunn will be treated with a platelet-rich plasma injection in his left shoulder Thursday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Dunn will be shut down from all throwing activities for the next 10-to-14 days. The left-hander has been dealing with shoulder problems since June 7, when he suffered a shoulder strain against the Reds. Recently, he was diagnosed with AC joint inflammation, which could cost him a lengthy period of time if this injection doesn't make an immediate difference.