Manning (shoulder) exited Thursday's rehab start at Triple-A Toledo because he was experiencing lightheadedness, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Manning was removed from his third rehab start during the third inning, but general manager Al Avila said that the right-hander didn't suffer an aggravation of the shoulder injury that initially forced him to the 10-day injured list April 20. Thursday's outing was expected to be Manning's final rehab start, but because he threw only 49 pitches before exiting, the Tigers may want him to make another start in the minors before bringing him back from the IL. Regardless, assuming he's able to quickly overcome the bout with lightheadedness, he should be on track to rejoin Detroit's rotation by the end of the month.
Manning (shoulder) left his rehab start Thursday at Triple-A Toledo midway through the third inning with an apparent injury, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Manning was making what seemed likely to be his final rehab start as he works his way back from shoulder inflammation, but his timeline is now unclear following Thursday's setback. He opened his outing with Toledo with two scoreless innings, only to walk three batters and hit another with a pitch before being pulled from the start. It's unclear if his shaky control was due to more shoulder troubles or an entirely separate injury, but either way, he's unlikely to return from the 10-day injured list during the upcoming week.
Manning (shoulder) will make one more rehab start for Triple-A Toledo, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Manning has already thrown a pair of rehab outings as he makes his way back from shoulder inflammation, but he only got up to 3.2 frames in his most recent one Friday. He'll be targeting 75-80 pitches in his next start, which should leave him ready for something close to a full workload when he returns to the majors.
Manning (shoulder) is scheduled to make his second rehab start at Triple-A Toledo on Friday, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Manning's first rehab outing with Toledo on Sunday went about as well as possible, as the 24-year-old right-hander struck out four while allowing just one baserunner over three scoreless innings. He tossed 36 pitches in that outing and will likely ramp up his pitch count to the 50-to-60 range as he looks to get stretched back out for a traditional starting role. Manning could require one more start at Toledo's beyond Friday before making his way back from the 10-day injured list.
Manning (shoulder) tossed three scoreless innings Sunday in his first rehab start at Triple-A Toledo. He struck out four and allowed one hit and issued no walks in the 36-pitch outing. The outing marked Manning's first at any level since he exited his second start of the season with the Tigers on April 16 with right shoulder tightness. Though Manning was about as impressive as possible in the rehab outing and efficiently retired nine of the 10 hitters he faced, he's expected to make one or two more rehab starts before slotting back into the Detroit rotation, according to Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press.
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