Ramirez (shoulder) will be shut down for the rest of the year, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Ramirez began a rehab stint Sept. 3 at Triple-A Gwinnett, although it's since been decided that there just isn't enough time for him to return to health before the season comes to an end. He made just seven appearances for the Braves in 2018, allowing 12 runs while striking out seven over 6.2 frames. Ramirez figures to be ready for the start of spring training.
Manager Brian Snitker said Wednesday that Ramirez (shoulder) may not return to the mound this season, David O'Brien of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ramirez has been on the DL since mid-April due to right shoulder inflammation. He suffered a setback in early June during a live batting practice session and has yet to resume throwing.
Ramirez (shoulder) suffered a setback Saturday during a live batting practice session, David O'Brien of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ramirez has been on the disabled list since April 18 with right shoulder inflammation, and he felt pain in his throwing shoulder during his first session against batters since the injury. He was later sent to Atlanta for further evaluation. Ramirez's status will likely be determined by the findings of Atlanta's team doctor.
Ramirez (shoulder) has been shut down from throwing for at least two weeks, David O'Brien of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ramirez will clearly need more than the minimum stay on the disabled list, as he'll need time to rebuild his arm strength after he resumes throwing. He'll be out until at least mid-May.
Ramirez stated Tuesday that he's been bothered by shoulder tightness recently, David O'Brien of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ramirez -- who allowed four runs in one inning of relief Tuesday -- said that he's been dealing with shoulder tightness since spring training but that it just recently began to really bother him. The Braves could opt to give the reliever a few days off for rest, but if the injury persists he may require a trip to the disabled list. Consider him day-to-day for now.