Randy Dobnak

#68 SP / Minnesota Twins / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 230 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Transferred to 60-day IL

    The Minnesota Twins transferred Randy Dobnak (finger) to the 60-day injured list Saturday, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.An early-July setback delayed Dobnak's throwing program and he will now be eligible to return from his right middle finger strain no sooner than August 24. The move to the 60-day IL allowed the Twins to add bullpen arm Beau Burrows on Saturday. Updates regarding Dobnak's recovery and throwing progression should come in the next couple weeks.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Setback in recovery

    Randy Dobnak (finger) had a recent setback in his rehab as he continued to feel discomfort while attempting to throw, MLB.com reports.Dobnak isn't expected to begin throwing again in the near future, so there's no clear timetable for his return. The right-hander's absence is likely to extend into August. It's bad timing as Minnesota's depth issues in the rotation would otherwise likely give him a regular spot as a starter.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Hasn't started throwing

    Randy Dobnak (finger) traveled with Minnesota on the team's current road trip but hasn't started throwing, MLB.com reports.Dobnak was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right middle finger strain June 21. There doesn't seem to be a clear timetable for his return. It's bad timing as Minnesota's depth issues in the rotation would otherwise likely give him a regular spot in the rotation. As the Minnesota Twins look toward 2022 with the playoffs nearly out of reach, Dobnak could be given a long look in the second half of the season when healthy.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Placed on injured list

    Randy Dobnak was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right middle finger strain Thursday, retroactive to June 21.Dobnak was slated to start Friday's game against Cleveland, but he'll be unable to do so due to his finger issue. The right-hander will be eligible to return as early as July 1, but the severity of his injury isn't yet clear. The Minnesota Twins haven't yet announced who could take Dobnak's place in the rotation, but right-hander Griffin Jax was recalled in a corresponding move, and Jax served as a starter for Triple-A St. Paul earlier in the year.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Picking up another start

    Randy Dobnak is slated to start Friday's game against Cleveland.Michael Pineda (forearm) isn't on track to return from the 10-day injured list until next week at the earliest, so Dobnak will be awarded a second straight turn through the rotation in Pineda's stead. After a string of poor outings as a spot starter and long reliever, Dobnak righted the ship in his last outing Saturday at Texas, working five innings while surrendering two runs.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Hurls five innings in no-decision

    Randy Dobnak didn't factor into the decision Saturday against the Rangers after tossing five innings of two-run ball, allowing four hits and a walk while striking out one.Dobnak was coming off several subpar performances but delivered a strong outing Saturday, as he ended just three outs away from posting a quality start while tossing 48 of his 73 pitches for strikes. The right-hander, who started for the injured Michael Pineda (forearm), has a long way to go before claiming a steady rotation spot, but this was a step in the right direction.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Starting for injured Pineda

    Randy Dobnak will start Saturday's game against the Rangers, Pierre Noujaim of Fox 9 Minneapolis reports.After working in long relief in his last appearance June 13, Dobnak will step back into the rotation as a replacement for Michael Pineda, who exited early in that same game due to forearm tightness. The Minnesota Twins are hopeful that Pineda will miss only one turn through the rotation, so Dobnak could be headed back to the bullpen or to Triple-A St. Paul following Saturday's start. Since blanking Cleveland over six innings in a May 21 start, Dobnak has been blasted for 23 earned runs on 35 hits and six walks over 18.1 innings in his subsequent four outings.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Works in long relief

    Randy Dobnak (finger) covered two innings out of the bullpen in Sunday's 14-3 loss to the Astros, giving up six runs on seven hits while striking out two.Due to bruising on one of his fingers, Dobnak was forced to pitch with a fake nail in his last start Wednesday against the Yankees. The right-hander still struggled to get a feel for his pitches in the outing, as he was crushed for eight runs on 11 hits -- including four long balls -- and three walks while lasting 4.2 innings. The Minnesota Twins didn't specify after the outing that Dobnak would be moved to the bullpen, but that came to fruition when manager Rocco Baldelli said that the newly recalled Bailey Ober would get another start during the upcoming week. Though Dobnak faltered in his long-relief appearance Sunday, he may get another look in the rotation after all. MIchael Pineda (forearm) exited his start after 64 pitches, and he appears likely to require a trip to the injured list. Minnesota could turn to Dobnak to take the hill for Pineda's next start, which is tentatively set to come next weekend in Texas.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Nursing finger issue

    Randy Dobnak pitched with a fake fingernail Wednesday against the Yankees, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.Dobnak got a fake nail attached Wednesday to avoid a blister after ripping his real nail June 2. The righty said "My fingernail's completely bruised right now. It's almost like I can't finish my pitches" after Wednesday's outing and certainly showed, as he allowed eight runs on 11 hits, four of which were homers, in 4.2 innings. He also walked three batters and struck out none in the losing decision against the Yankees. It remains to be seen whether Dobnak will miss any time, or perhaps require a stay on the injured list.

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    Twins' Randy Dobnak: Falls again

    Randy Dobnak (1-5) allowed three earned runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out three across 5.2 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Orioles.Dobnak allowed at least one baserunner in every inning that he pitched, though he avoided major damage through his first four innings. That changed in the fifth frame when he surrendered a two-run homer to DJ Stewart. Since throwing six scoreless innings on May 21, Dobnak has allowed nine earned runs across 11.2 innings in his last two outings.

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