Agrazal (forearm) cleared waivers Tuesday and was outrighted to Triple-A Toledo. Agrazal was expected to be a member of the Tigers' rotation this season but wound up missing the entire season with forearm tendinitis. It's not clear whether or not the issue will continue bothering him heading into next season, but he'll be one step further away from the big leagues even if healthy now that he's off the 40-man roster.
Agrazal (forearm) was placed on the 45-day injured list Wednesday. He had been sidelined with forearm tendinitis, but this essentially ends his 2020 season. Agrazal was throwing as recently as last week, so it looks like he is hoping to avoid surgery.
Agrazal (forearm) will throw a one-inning live batting practice session Friday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Agrazal was supposed to open the year in the Tigers' rotation but was diagnosed with a strained right forearm the day before his first scheduled start. The diagnosis has since been updated to forearm tendinitis. While it's certainly a positive that he's already progressed to live batting practice, his return date remains unclear.
Agrazal (forearm) will throw his first bullpen session Saturday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Agrazal is on track for a lengthy absence after he was diagnosed with forearm tendinitis at the end of July. However, the team could get a better idea of his status for the remainder of the 2020 season based on how his arm feels following his throwing sessions.
Agrazal was diagnosed with forearm tendinitis and will rehab at the Tigers' satellite camp, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. He was originally diagnosed with a forearm strain, but after more tests the Tigers are calling it tendinitis. He hasn't been ruled out for the season, but it's possible we won't see him again until 2021.
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