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2021 0.0 0.00 0.00
2020 1486.4 23.7 1 11 38 8 1.90 0.85
3y Avg. 463.1 13.0 0 0 4 18 11 6.23 1.46
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  • Brewers' Trevor Rosenthal: Rehab assignment on tap

    Rosenthal (hamstring) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Rosenthal reached 98 mph during a workout Friday and has now been cleared to return to game action with the minor-league club. The right-hander missed the 2021 season after undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, and he's been dealing with a hamstring issue since early June. He'll likely require multiple rehab appearances before he's cleared to join the Brewers' bullpen, but the team hopes that he'll be able to return sometime in late August.
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  • Brewers' Trevor Rosenthal: Traded to Brewers

    Rosenthal (hamstring) was traded from the Giants to the Brewers on Tuesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. According to Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Brewers GM David Stearns said the team is targeting late August for Rosenthal's debut. The veteran right-hander missed last season after undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome and has recently dealt with hamstring soreness after signing with the Giants on July 21.
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  • Giants' Trevor Rosenthal: Won't contribute immediately

    Rosenthal (hamstring) is "several weeks" away from appearing in a game with the Giants, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Rosenthal signed with the Giants on Thursday, but his debut with the team is not imminent. He's begun throwing off a mound recently but will need a rehab assignment prior to being activated from the injured list. Depending on how quickly Rosenthal can return, he may be a candidate to pick up saves as manager Gabe Kapler remarked that Rosenthal "is just healthy away from being one of the more effective closers in the game."
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  • Giants' Trevor Rosenthal: Signs with Giants

    Rosenthal (hamstring) signed a one-year, $4.5 million contract with the Giants on Thursday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Rosenthal dealt with a cramp in his hamstring area following a showcase in early June, and he'll land on the injured list due to the issue. He's rehabbing in Arizona, and it's not yet clear when he'll be able to return. The right-hander hasn't pitched in the majors since 2020 due to shoulder and hip issues that he dealt with last year. Rosenthal has earned double-digit saves in four of his last five seasons. However, given his lengthy layoff, he'll likely take on some lower-leverage work once cleared to pitch at the big-league level.
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  • Trevor Rosenthal: Dealing with hamstring cramp

    Rosenthal suffered a cramp in his hamstring area at the end of his showcase Tuesday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. Rosenthal reached 95-96 mph during his showcase that was attended by 14 teams, but he's dealing with a hamstring injury afterward. The right-hander has reportedly drawn interest from several clubs over the last few months, and he could be in contact with some teams after Tuesday's showcase as long as his injury isn't a significant concern.
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  • Trevor Rosenthal: Interest picking up again

    Rosenthal will throw in a showcase Tuesday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. It was reported a few months prior that several organizations were showing interest in the veteran right-hander, but he's yet to put pen to paper. Even if he were to sign a contract in the near future, he would likely need some time to ramp up his throwing before having a chance to pitch in the majors. A timeline for Rosenthal's return to the big leagues should become more clear if he officially signs a deal.
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  • Trevor Rosenthal: Attracts interest from market

    Rosenthal (hip) has drawn heavy interest from organizations in free agency and could soon sign with a team, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. Rosenthal missed the entire 2021 season after undergoing thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in April and then another procedure in July to repair a torn labrum in his hip, but he should be at or near full health as Opening Day approaches. Because he's far removed from his last competitive action and hasn't been working out in a team environment during spring training, Rosenthal will likely require some ramp-up time when he eventually signs, but if he looks healthy during his throwing sessions, he could end up settling into a key bullpen role no matter where he lands. Rosenthal was one of MLB's top closers during the pandemic-shortened 2020 campaign, compiling a 1.90 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 38:8 K:BB across 23.2 innings while notching 11 saves in 12 chances between stops with the Royals and Padres.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Follow-up exam upcoming

    Rosenthal will soon be re-examined by the doctor that performed his surgery for a torn hip labrum earlier this year, the Associated Press reports. The veteran closer was never able to throw a pitch for the Athletics after signing a one-year deal during the offseason. Rosenthal turned 31 in late May and will be coming off a major procedure going into next season, so it remains to be seen whether the Oakland or any other organization will be inclined to make anything more than a modest financial commitment.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Needs hip surgery, out for season

    Rosenthal (shoulder) will undergo surgery next week to repair a torn labrum in his hip and miss the rest of the 2021 season, Shayna Rubin of The San Jose Mercury News reports. The veteran right-hander has been on the recovery track since undergoing thoracic outlet surgery in early April, but he won't return during the second half of the season due to the hip procedure. Rosenthal inked a one-year, $11 million deal with the A's during the offseason but won't end up taking the mound for the team in 2021.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Resumes baseball activities

    Rosenthal (shoulder) resumed baseball activities Tuesday and could start a throwing program sometime later this week, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports. Rosenthal underwent thoracic outlet surgery April 8 and was placed on the 60-day injured list. The reliever began a strength program earlier in June and is now very close to throwing again. Rosenthal still has many hurdles to jump before he's able to slot into the back end of the Oakland bullpen, but a mid-August return remains a decent possibility as of now.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Going through strength program

    Rosenthal (shoulder) is participating in a strength program, but he has yet to resume throwing, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Rosenthal was described as "rapidly progressing" through the strength program by manager Bob Melvin. The next step for Rosenthal will be to play catch and the team has given a loose timetable of a potential mid-August return.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Undergoes surgery

    Rosenthal (shoulder) underwent thoracic outlet surgery Thursday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Rosenthal was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, and he'll be sidelined for several months after he elected to have surgery. The right-hander will have a checkup in approximately eight weeks, but he's expected to miss at least 12 weeks, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. The Athletics haven't yet named a closer to take Rosenthal's place, but Sergio Romo and Jake Diekman could be the favorites to see save chances over the first half of the season.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Shifts to 60-day IL

    The Athletics transferred Rosenthal (shoulder) to the 60-day injured list Thursday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. A decision has yet to be made whether Rosenthal will require thoracic outlet syndrome surgery to address his inflamed right shoulder, but his move to the 60-day IL confirms the Athletics anticipate that he'll require extended rehab time regardless. Rosenthal's long-term absence and uncertain return date make him a drop candidate in shallow leagues or in deeper mixed leagues with limited IL spots -- a disappointing development for fantasy managers who drafted him as a No. 1 or 2 closer. Oakland has yet to settle on a primary option for the ninth inning, but Sergio Romo and Jake Diekman look to be the best bets for saves at the moment.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Could require surgery

    Rosenthal (shoulder) is considering whether to have surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Rosenthal visited with a surgeon specializing in thoracic outlet syndrome Tuesday, and manager Bob Melvin confirmed Wednesday that surgery is an option for the right-hander. Rosenthal is expected to make a decision in the coming days, but the surgery usually has a recovery timeline of at least 12 weeks. Sergio Romo and Jake Diekman should continue to be in the mix for save chances while Rosenthal is sidelined.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Could have thoracic outlet syndrome

    Rosenthal (shoulder) visited vascular surgeon Dr. Gregory Pearl -- a specialist in treating thoracic outlet syndrome -- in Dallas on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. The 33-year-old landed on the 10-day injured list on Opening Day with right shoulder inflammation, but it appears he could be dealing with a much more serious injury. It remains unclear whether the right-hander is expected to require a procedure, and the A's are expected to provide more information Wednesday. Rosenthal will face a lengthy absence if he's dealing with thoracic outlet syndrome and needs surgery.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: More info coming Wednesday

    The A's will release more information regarding Rosenthal's shoulder injury Wednesday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Rosenthal saw a doctor in Dallas on Tuesday so that he could be evaluated after his initial treatment to see what the next step should be. For now, it seems like a bit of a committee at the back of the bullpen, with Sergio Romo and Jake Diekman the most likely closing options while Rosenthal is out.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Doctor visit Monday

    Rosenthal (shoulder) was slated to be evaluated by a doctor Monday, the Associated Press reports. The Athletics' projected closer remains in a holding pattern with respect to his regular-season debut as he continues to deal with shoulder inflammation. Manager Bob Melvin stated he expected to have more insight into Rosenthal's current progress shortly after the exam, so further word could be divulged at some point Tuesday.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Hits IL with shoulder issue

    Rosenthal is dealing with shoulder inflammation and will begin the season on the 10-day injured list, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Rosenthal missed time in March due to a groin strain, but an entirely different issue will send him to the injured list to open the year. It's certainly not the start the Athletics wanted from their prized offseason acquisition, who joined them on a one-year, $11 million deal in February. It's not yet clear how much time he's expected to miss. Jake Diekman, J.B. Wendelken and Lou Trivino could be among the top options for saves until he returns.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Gives up run in spring, team debut

    Rosenthal (groin) tossed an inning in relief in his Cactus League debut Wednesday against the Royals, giving up a run on two hits and a walk while striking out one. The results weren't particularly strong for Rosenthal in his first game of the spring, but the Athletics were likely just happy to see their projected closer back on the mound after he had been slowed by a minor groin strain shortly after reporting to camp. According to Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle, Rosenthal pumped in 10 of his 20 pitches for strikes during the outing, tossing eight fastballs that sat in the 95-to-97 mile-per-hour range. He'll ideally iron things out in his final handful of appearances of the spring, but Rosenthal still shapes up as one of the top fantasy options among closers.
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  • Athletics' Trevor Rosenthal: Likely to pitch in Wednesday's game

    Rosenthal (groin) is expected to make a relief appearance in Wednesday's Cactus League game against the Royals, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Rosenthal's strained groin has apparently checked out fine since he resumed throwing off a mound last week, clearing the way for him to make his spring debut. After signing a one-year, $11 million deal in February coming off a 2020 campaign in which he accrued a 1.90 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 38:8 K:BB in 23.2 innings, Rosenthal is expected to step in as the Athletics' new closer following the offseason departure of Liam Hendriks.
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