Tim Cooney

#67 SP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 1YRS / MINORS Height: 6-3 Weight: 195 lb Age: 26 College: Wake Forest Bats/Throws L/L

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    • Cooney re-signed with the Indians on a minor-league deal Thursday and was placed on the 7-day DL with Triple-A Columbus with a forearm strain. He was released over the weekend, but the Indians were willing to bring Cooney back on a minor-league pact. When healthy, Cooney had the look of a No. 4 starter in the big leagues back in his days with the Cardinals, but he has not pitched in a game since July of 2015 due to shoulder woes.

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    • Tim Cooney: Released by Indians
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cooney (forearm) was released Sunday, Tribeinsider reports. Cooney is coming off offseason shoulder surgery and also strained his forearm during spring camp. He is expected to miss another five-to-seven weeks and the Indians ultimately decided to cut bait with the 26-year-old. Cooney will likely jump in with another organization during 2017.

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    • Indians' Tim Cooney: Sent to Triple-A
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cooney (forearm) was optioned to Triple-A Columbus as part of the Tribe's first round of spring cuts. The move was just a formality, as the organization's No. 19 prospect is slated to miss another couple of months while recovering from a forearm injury. Cooney had shoulder surgery in the offseason, and this latest ailment is definitely another red flag for the former third-round pick. The left-hander has shown the promise of becoming a big-league starter, but Cooney will need a healthy campaign in the minors before getting bumped up. If anything, he could be in line for a late-season call-up with a chance at a spot start or two.

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    • Indians' Tim Cooney: Will miss 10-12 weeks
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cooney (forearm) will miss 10-12 weeks with a strained left forearm, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. This is another unfortunate setback for the southpaw, who missed all of the 2016 campaign with a shoulder injury. He was a long shot to make the big league roster for The Tribe, but now he'll get a late start to the season and will have to work his way back to full strength before he can serve an organizational role.

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    • Indians' Tim Cooney: Dealing with forearm injury
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cooney, who recently overcame a shoulder injury that caused him to have surgery last year, is dealing with a left forearm problem, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports. So far, Cooney's surgically-repaired shoulder has held up well in camp, but now there's a new ailment impeding his progress toward an Opening Day roster spot. There hasn't been much word on the extent of his forearm issue, but any setback for Cooney could see him cut by mid-spring. With 20 pitchers in camp, and only a few bullpen slots left to fill, Cooney could be the first man out when rosters begin to thin in the coming weeks.

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