Salazar (shoulder) resumed throwing earlier this week but has yet to participate in a mound session, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Salazar was shut down for just over a week after receiving a second PRP injection near the end of May but looks to be gradually progressing in a throwing program. His return date is still very much up in the air and it's possible that he will remain sidelined through the All-Star Game.
Salazar (shoulder) received another PRP injection Thursday, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Salazar will be shut down for the next 5-to-7 days before resuming his throwing program. This is the second time in the past month that the right-hander has received an injection to alleviate pain in his shoulder. He remains without a timetable for his return at this point.
Salazar received a PRP injection to alleviate his right shoulder impingement tendinitis Tuesday, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports. Salazar was shut down from throwing for 7-to-10 days after receiving the injection. It's unclear when Salazar will be ready to return from the disabled list, as his highest level of activity since the season got underway has been throwing bullpen sessions.
Salazar (shoulder) will visit Dr. Keith Meister in the coming days to get a check-up on his injury, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports. Obviously, it's never a positive sign when a player decides to see a specialist for any sort of issue, but it's become apparent that Salazar doesn't trust his shoulder during throwing sessions and wants to gain more insight into this injury. Salazar was recently moved to the 60-day disabled list Thursday, so he will remain sidelined until late May, at the earliest. Expect an update on his status following this appointment.
Salazar (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Thursday Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. He had already been on the 10-day disabled list since the season started and with the Indians in a roster crunch following an extra-inning game to start a doubleheader Thursday, a move had to be made. Salazar was last reported to be without a timetable as of last week, so the fact that he won't be eligible to return until late May anyway doesn't necessarily change his outlook. The Indians selected Evan Marshall's contract to take Salazar's 40-man roster spot for the time being.
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