The Blue Jays reinstated Dolis (finger) from the 10-day injured list Sunday.
Manager Charlie Montoyo stated Saturday that Dolis was ready to return to action, and he will indeed rejoin the bullpen for Sunday's series finale against the Rays. Numbness in his pitching hand was alarming at the time, but fortunately Dolis managed to avoid a significant elbow or forearm injury. Nick Allgeyer was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo in a corresponding move.
Manager Charlie Montoyo said Dolis (finger) is ready to be activated "any time," Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The righty allowed one hit in a scoreless rehab inning with Triple-A Buffalo on Friday. The Blue Jays' depth-deprived bullpen will benefit from getting Dolis back. He figures to return early next week, if not this Sunday.
Dolis (finger) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Buffalo on Friday, Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Dolis threw a successful 25-pitch bullpen Tuesday, and his rehab assignment could mark the final step in his recovery process. The right-hander has been on the injured list since June 17, so he could have a fairly brief rehab stint before he's cleared to return to Toronto's bullpen.
Dolis (finger) felt good after a 25-pitch bullpen Tuesday, Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Barring any issues with his recovery Wednesday, the righty could be ready to begin what should be a short rehab assignment with Triple-A Buffalo. Despite struggling to a 5.14 ERA thus far in 2021, Dolis should again be a high-leverage option in Toronto's troubled bullpen upon his return.
Dolis (finger) completed a bullpen session Saturday but still experienced minor numbness in his right hand, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The 33-year-old landed on the injured list Thursday with a strained right middle finger after experiencing numbness in his hand while pitching a day earlier, though the Blue Jays apparently aren't concerned it's a serious issue. Dolis seems likely to remain sidelined until he's able to pitch without the numbness.
Dolis was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right middle finger strain Thursday.
Dolis exited Wednesday's game against the Yankees due to right hand numbness, and he'll require at least 10 days to recover after he was diagnosed with a finger strain. It's not yet clear when the right-hander will be able to return to game action.
Dolis (hand) is not available to pitch in Thursday's game against the Yankees, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports.
The righty, who exited Wednesday's contest with a numb right hand, is still being evaluated to determine the extent of his absence. A stint on the injured list is possible for Dolis, but it's unclear at this time whether that will be necessary.
Dolis left Wednesday's game against the Yankees with right hand numbness, Mike Wilner of the Toronto Star reports.
Manager Charlie Montoyo said Dolis couldn't feel the ball and had no sensation in his throwing hand. More details about the reliever's health should become available Thursday after further evaluation.
Dolis (1-2) was tagged with the loss in relief Friday against the Red Sox, giving up one hit and one unearned run while not retiring any of the batters he faced.
Dolis entered the game in the ninth inning with a 5-5 tie, but he was downright awful and let the game slip away, though he also had a bit of bad luck. Enrique Hernandez reached second following a throwing error from Bo Bichette and then came around to score following a game-winning RBI single from Alex Verdugo. This means Dolis has now allowed runs in two of his last three appearances, but he still owns a 1.80 ERA with a 12.6 K/9 -- but a woeful 7.2 BB/9 -- over his last six outings.
Dolis (1-1) allowed three earned runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one across one inning Thursday, taking the loss to the Red Sox.
Dolis entered in a save situation in the ninth inning but squandered a two-run lead as J.D. Martinez slammed the game-winning home run off him with two outs. This was the first blown save for Dolis this season. The 33-year old has a 5.52 ERA and a 1.30 WHIP with 17 strikeouts in 14.2 innings. His 6.8 BB/9 needs to come down if he's going to become a more reliable reliever.
Dolis (calf) was reinstated Tuesday from the 10-day injured list and will be active to start the Blue Jays' series against the Red Sox.
The right calf strain ultimately proved to be a minor injury for Dolis, who returns to the bullpen after a minimum stay on the IL. Before struggling in his last outing when he suffered the injury, the righty had allowed just one run in his previous 11 relief appearances, tallying three saves and a hold in that span.
The Blue Jays are expected to activate Dolis (calf) from the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Kaitlyn McGrath of The Athletic reports.
Dolis' strained right calf has checked out fine following a bullpen session and a live batting practice session in recent days, so he looks like he'll be available for the start of the Blue Jays' three-game home series with the Red Sox. Toronto already created an opening on the active roster for Dolis by optioning reliever Nick Allgeyer to Triple-A Buffalo on Monday.
Dolis (calf) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Friday, Arden Zwelling of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The activity represents the first step forward for Dolis in the recovery process since he was placed on the 10-day injured list over the weekend with a right calf strain. Barring any setbacks, Dolis looks on track for an abbreviated stint on the IL.
Toronto placed Dolis (calf) on the 10-day injured list Sunday.
Dolis' move to the IL clears a spot on the active roster for Nate Pearson, who was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo ahead of his scheduled start Sunday against the Astros. With Dolis temporarily joining Julian Merryweather (oblique) and Kirby Yates (elbow) on the shelf, Jordan Romano looks like the top candidate for saves in Toronto's murky closer picture. Tyler Chatwood and Ryan Borucki could also factor into the ninth-inning conversation.
Dolis has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 calf strain and won't pitch Saturday, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Dolis exited Friday's loss to the Astros with his right calf injury, and he's currently considered day-to-day after an MRI revealed a Grade 1 strain. The Blue Jays are hopeful that the injury improves in the coming days so Dolis can avoid a trip to the injured list. Jordan Romano could be an option for ninth-inning work in Dolis' absence.
Dolis was removed from Friday's loss to the Astros due to right calf tightness, Mike Wilner of the Toronto Star reports.
Dolis failed to record an out prior to his removal from Friday's game, and he'll undergo an MRI to determine the extent of his injury. Jordan Romano could serve as the interim closer if Dolis misses time.
Dolis was removed from Friday's game against the Astros in the bottom of the eighth inning with an apparent injury, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports.
Dolis was brought in during a non-save situation with the Blue Jays trailing 7-2 on Friday, and he gave up a single and a walk before he exited the game with a trainer. The nature and severity of the right-hander's injury aren't yet known, but Jordan Romano could be a candidate to see save chances if Dolis is forced to miss time.
Dolis struck out the only batter he faced and earned a save against Atlanta on Sunday.
Dolis was thrown into a two-out, bases-loaded scenario and quickly struck out Ronald Acuna on four pitches to finish the game. The 33-year-old has now converted all three of his save chances and owns a 2.84 ERA across 12.2 innings.
Dolis tossed 1.1 perfect innings Sunday to earn the save against the Rays. He didn't strike out any batters.
Dolis earned his first save of the year in Friday's series opener against Tampa Bay, and he closed out the series with another save Sunday. Right-hander Jordan Romano is likely the slight favorite for save chances now that he's healthy, but he struggled in Saturday's matchup against the Rays and was charged with a loss. Dolis has posted a 3.48 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in 10.1 innings this year.
Dolis struck out one in a perfect ninth inning to earn the save against the Rays on Friday.
Dolis worked in a high-leverage spot in the eighth inning during his last outing to collect his first hold, but he picked up his first save of the season Friday. The right-hander has now posted a 4.00 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in nine innings across his first 10 appearances this year. Right-hander Jordan Romano (elbow) has a strong chance of being activated from the 10-day injured list soon, and he could be in contention for ninth-inning work once he returns.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/24||@ NYM||W 10-3||1.0||2||0||0||0|
|07/18||vs TEX||W 10-0||1.0||0||0||1||1|
|07/09||@ TB||L 1-7||1.0||0||0||0||2|
|07/07||@ BAL||W 10-2||1.0||0||0||1||2|
|07/04||vs TB||L 1-5||0.1||3||3||0||1|
|06/16||vs NYY||L 2-3||0.0||0||0||1||0|
|06/14||@ BOS||L 1-2||1||0.1||3||1||0||0|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2013||AFX-Kane County Cougars||0.0||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||1||0.00||0.000|
|2015||AAA-Toledo Mud Hens||66.1||43||0||0||7||5||1||54||42||63||4.63||1.589|