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Apr 14, 2022 1 1 3.00 0 10.5
Apr 9, 2022 0 1 4.50 0 -2.5
Apr 8, 2022 0 0 0.00 0 3.5

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2022 11.53.8 3.0 1 1 5 3.00 0.33
2021 235.53.3 72.3 6 5 7 85 25 1.99 0.98
2020 572.1 25.7 3 3 1 22 8 3.86 1.21
3y Avg. 168.53.2 52.3 5 4 8 55 23 3.44 1.24
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Rehab assignment on tap

    Treinen (shoulder) will report to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday to begin a rehab assignment, Kirsten Watson of SportsNet LA reports. Treinen pitched against live batters over the weekend and will now embark on a minor-league rehab assignment. The veteran right-hander has been sidelined by the shoulder injury since mid-April, so he'll likely require numerous rehab outings before being reinstated from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Facing hitters this weekend

    Treinen (shoulder) will face hitters Saturday at Dodger Stadium, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Treinen topped out at 97 mph in a simulated game Wednesday but is not quite ready to head out on a rehab assignment. Brusdar Graterol (shoulder) is also set to face hitters Saturday.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Moving closer to return

    Treinen (shoulder) sported a fastball that topped out at 97 miles per hour in a simulated game Wednesday, and he could soon begin a minor-league rehab assignment, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Treinen is on the road with the club in San Francisco, and manager Dave Roberts stood in against him during his sim game. Roberts noted that Treinen hit 97 on the radar gun and that the session went well. He also said that the righty reliever could toss another sim game, but it's possible he heads out on a rehab assignment as his next step.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Another sim game on tap

    Treinen (shoulder) will join the Dodgers on the road in San Francisco and throw a simulated game Wednesday, the Associated Press reports. The Dodgers kick off a four-game set in San Francisco on Monday, and Treinen is expected to meet the club there before throwing a sim game Wednesday. The righty reliever faced live hitters July 29 for the first time since being placed on the injured list, tossing one inning without experiencing any setbacks. Treinen hasn't pitched in a big-league game since April 14, so he'll likely need an extended rehab stint once he's ready to return to game action.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Progressing well

    Treinen (shoulder) came through Friday's live batting practice well and will throw another such session in San Francisco next week, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. This is a good sign, and Treinen continues to make progress in his recovery from a shoulder issue. The next step after live batting practice could be a rehab assignment, but it doesn't figure to be a brief one considering he last pitched for the Dodgers in mid-April.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Facing hitters Friday

    Treinen (shoulder) will face hitters Thursday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday that Treinen wouldn't face live hitters for at least a couple more weeks, but the right-hander has ultimately been cleared to make that step Friday. The team is still targeting a return sometime in late August, so he'll likely require a rehab assignment prior to rejoining the Dodgers' bullpen.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Won't face hitters soon

    Manager Dave Roberts said that Treinen (shoulder), who threw a bullpen session Tuesday, won't advance to facing live batter for at least a couple more weeks, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The veteran right-hander has been throwing bullpen sessions for the past couple weeks, but the Dodgers won't rush his rehab progression into the next stage. Roberts previously mentioned mid-August as the potential return window for Treinen, but that can likely now be pushed into the back half of the month at a minimum.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Could return in mid-August

    Treinen (shoulder) could return in mid-August, according to manager Dave Roberts, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. He threw a 25-pitch bullpen session Saturday -- his fifth such session as he works his way back from a shoulder injury. Treinen threw all his pitches and said the velocity and spin readings came back looking good. It's possible he could be a source of good ratios, strikeouts and at least the occasional save over the final six weeks of the season.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Set for another bullpen

    Treinen (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Saturday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Treinen threw 36 pitches in a bullpen session July 13 and threw off flat ground during the All-Star break. Assuming all goes according to plan, Treinen will face hitters in live batting practice by the close of July. He'll likely need at least a brief rehab appearance, putting him in line for a mid-August return.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Throws extended bullpen session

    Treinen (shoulder) threw 36 pitches Wednesday in what the Dodgers described as a "touch and feel" bullpen session, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. The report doesn't indicate whether Treinen was able to use all of his pitches in the workout or just fastballs, but the right-hander's high pitch count is at least another sign that he's making progress from the right shoulder injury that has kept him sidelined since mid-April. The veteran reliever could soon be ready to face hitters, but don't expect to see him return from the 60-day injured list until August.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Throws off mound

    Manager Dave Roberts said Treinen (shoulder) threw 30 pitches off a mound Monday and looked "pretty dang good," Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Roberts said in late June the veteran right-hander was weeks away from resuming mound work, but the reliever apparently made significant progress over the past 10 days. Treinen still needs significant time to build up his arm to game readiness, so he may not be back until August.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Weeks away from mound work

    Manager Dave Roberts said Sunday that Treinen (shoulder) is "weeks away" from resuming mound work, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Treinen was cleared to play catch in early June, and he's ramped up intensity while continuing to throw off flat ground over the last several weeks. In spite of his recent progress in his recovery, the right-hander isn't close to throwing off a mound. Treinen is unlikely to have a better idea of his timetable to return to game action until he clears several more hurdles in his recovery process.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Increases activity Sunday

    Treinen (shoulder) played catch and made over 60 throws Sunday, the Associated Press reports. Treinen has been playing catch for over a week, and his activity Sunday suggests that he is progressing in his rehab from right shoulder soreness. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts noted that the right-handed reliever was fatigued but pain-free following the session. Treinen is currently on the 60-day IL and isn't expected to be ready to return for at least another month.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Plays catch

    Treinen (shoulder) played catch Friday at light intensity, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. This is the first time he has thrown since injuring his shoulder in mid-April. The session only lasted about five minutes but he came out feeling good and is going to continue with a throwing progression.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Reaches deal for 2023

    Treinen (shoulder) agreed to a one-year extension with the Dodgers on Sunday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Treinen was already under team control for 2023 with an $8 million team option, but he's now officially under contract. According to Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, the new deal includes a conditional option for 2024. The right-hander is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury, and it's unclear when he's expected to resume throwing, let alone be activated from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Goes on 60-day IL

    The Dodgers transferred Treinen (shoulder) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day injured list Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Considering Treinen hadn't been cleared to start a throwing program since being initially placed on the 10-day IL on April 22, the Dodgers' decision to move him to the 60-day IL doesn't come as a major surprise. As a result of the transaction, he won't be eligible to make his return until at least late June, and there's a strong chance he'll be sidelined through the All-Star break unless he's able to resume throwing in the next week or two. The move also frees up room on the 40-man roster for Mitch White (illness), who was reinstated from the COVID-19-related IL ahead of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Diamondbacks.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Still not throwing

    Treinen (shoulder) said Saturday that he hasn't picked up a baseball since going on the injured list, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Treinen's last mound appearance came over a month ago, so the fact that he isn't doing any sort of throwing supports the Dodgers' notion that he won't be able to return until sometime after the All-Star break. Per Ardaya, the right-hander isn't experiencing discomfort in day-to-day activities, and he believes the injury will "work itself out." Daniel Hudson has worked as the primary bridge to closer Craig Kimbrel while Treinen has been out.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Not close to return

    Treinen (shoulder) won't undergo an MRI as previously scheduled Monday and will instead begin a rehab program, and he's not expected to return from the injured list until after the All-Star break, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Treinen has been out with the shoulder injury for two weeks, and it's apparently severe enough to sideline him for the next two-plus months. The 33-year-old has yet to resume throwing since landing on the shelf, and he'll likely need to work to strengthen his arm before beginning a throwing program.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Slated for MRI

    Manager Dave Roberts said Saturday that Treinen (shoulder) will undergo an MRI next week, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Treinen has been on the injured list for over two weeks, and he's still dealing with pain in his shoulder. The right-hander hasn't picked up a baseball since landing on the IL, so he'll likely require time to ramp up his intensity once he's ultimately cleared to resume throwing.
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  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Doesn't appear close to return

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Sunday that Treinen's recovery from his right shoulder injury is "gonna be a longer process," Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. There was hope immediately after Treinen was placed on the IL that he could be back after a minimum stay, but that possibility has already passed. To this point, there has been no word about Treinen doing any sort of throwing, and Roberts' comment Sunday suggests that he is a way off from a return. If the right-hander's absence continues to linger, there's a good chance he could need a rehab stint before being activated.
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