Toles (hamstring) will be activated from Triple-A Oklahoma City's 7-day disabled list Tuesday. Toles is set to rejoin the Oklahoma City lineup after missing the past month and a half with a hamstring injury. He recently completed his rehab program at the Dodgers' spring training facility.
Toles (hamstring) recently suffered a minor setback in his rehab, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Toles' hamstring injury continues to hamper him and the recent setback puts him further away from even being considered for a callup by the Dodgers. Though the setback was reportedly minor, it's unclear when Toles will be able to resume baseball activity.
Toles (hamstring) took batting practice prior to Thursday's game with Triple-A Oklahoma City. This marked the first time Toles was able to hit on the field since going down with a hamstring injury against New Orleans on April 13. It appears as though the 25-year-old could return to the fold this weekend, though the team has yet to release anything definitive on his status since he got injured.
Toles (hamstring) was placed on the minor-league disabled list Saturday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Toles injured his hamstring Friday against New Orleans and will need at least ten days to recover. He's hitting .462/.500/.731 through his opening six games for Triple-A Oklahoma City.
Toles suffered a hamstring injury during Friday's win over Triple-A New Orleans, Jacob Unruh of The Oklahoman reports reports. Toles is off to a fantastic start for Triple-A Oklahoma City with 12 hits -- including four doubles -- in 26 at-bats through the first six games of the minor-league season. The injury doesn't appear overly serious as the 25-year-old is only expected to miss a few days.