Cobb (finger) has been named Sunday's starter against the Yankees, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports. Cobb's bullpen session Friday evidently went well, as he'll receive one at least one more start before the season comes to an end. He's been dealing with a blister on his right finger since early September, but he's feeling healthy enough to take the mound against a tough Yankees lineup.
Cobb (finger) will throw a light bullpen session Friday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. Cobb had a bullpen session Tuesday and indicated the blister is feeling much better. The 30-year-old remains hopeful he can make another start before the end of the season, though he has yet to receive an official return date.
Cobb (finger) will not make his scheduled start Sunday against the White Sox, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. Cobb exited his last start after just two innings with a blister, and the issue is apparently bothersome enough to cost him at least one turn through the rotation. It's unclear who will start in place of Cobb or how long the right-hander will be sidelined.
Cobb (finger) exited Tuesday's game due to a blister, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports. Cobb was scheduled to start Sunday but it was pushed back due to the blister, and then he left Tuesday's game after two innings due to the same issue. Manager Buck Showalter listed the 30-year-old as day-to-day, so his status for the next turn through the rotation -- Sunday against the White Sox -- remains up in the air.
Cobb left Tuesday's start against the Athletics after throwing 30 pitches (16 strikes) over two innings, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. Cobb was originally scheduled to start Sunday against the Rays, but it was pushed to Tuesday due to a blister issue. The 30-year-old allowed one hit and a walk while striking out two over two scoreless innings. Tuesday's early exit seems likely to stem from the same issue, although the team has yet to make an official announcement.