Weaver has been diagnosed with a mild flexor pronator strain and a minor UCL sprain, and he'll be "treated conservatively," Richard Morin of The Arizona Republic reports. The fact that Weaver has opted for conservative treatment means he won't be going under the knife, though the Diamondbacks also haven't released a timetable for when he could resume throwing. The team should reveal more information once the right-hander is cleared to begin a throwing program.
Weaver has been diagnosed with a right forearm strain and will seek a second opinion, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Weaver was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday after leaving Sunday's start with a forearm injury. It remains to be seen how much time he'll miss while on the shelf, but he's headed for a second opinion to determine the next step in his recovery process. Manager Torey Lovullo is "very hopeful" that Weaver will be able to avoid a surgical procedure of any sort, per Piecoro.
Weaver (forearm) was placed on the injured list Monday, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Weaver exited Sunday's start in the sixth inning after stating he felt something "a little abnormal" after throwing a changeup. It's unclear how long he'll remain sidelined, though he is undergoing an MRI on Monday. Any absence will be unfortunate for the 25-year-old, as he had been experiencing a resurgent campaign by posting a 3.03 ERA and 1.11 WHIP across 62.1 innings.
Weaver (4-3) earned the win in Sunday's 6-2 win over the Giants before leaving the game with a forearm injury. Weaver, who is the midst of a breakout season, told Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic that something he felt was "a little abnormal" after throwing a changeup in the sixth inning and decided to leave the game with Arizona up by five runs. He and the Diamondbacks are downplaying the injury with manager Torey Lovullo making no assurances an MRI is even needed. Still, the team will investigate the injury and more details should follow. The Diamondbacks do not have the luxury of getting by with four starters for a stretch and will need to make a decision before Weaver's next scheduled start Friday at home against the Mets.
Weaver left Sunday's game against San Francisco due to right forearm tightness, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Weaver is likely headed for further testing to determine whether he'll require a trip to the 10-day injured list. If he's forced to miss time, Zack Godley, who was recently shifted from the starting rotation to the bullpen, could be a candidate to fill in.