Cingrani (shoulder) was traded from the Dodgers to the Cardinals on Wednesday along with Jeffry Abreu in exchange for Jedd Gyorko (wrist/calf/back) and international bonus money.
Cingrani has already been ruled out for the remainder of the season after having arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder labrum in June.
Cingrani is out for the season after having arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder labrum, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
This was the likely development for the left-hander after he underwent the procedure on his shoulder following a setback during a rehab assignment, but the Dodgers made it official Monday, as Gurnick reports Cingrani will miss all of 2019. He didn't make a big-league appearance this season after posting a 4.76 ERA, a 1.10 WHIP and a 36:6 K:BB over 22.2 innings in 2018.
Cingrani will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder this week and will likely miss the rest of the season, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
Cingrani was shut down from throwing after feeling renewed pain in his left shoulder during his rehab assignment last week and is now facing a lost season. The 29-year-old had been sidelined with shoulder soreness since mid-March but is now facing an even longer absence.
Cingrani has yet to resume throwing since being pulled off his rehab assignment due to left shoulder pain, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
This isn't particularly good news for Cingrani, who appeared to have been closing in on his activation after spending just over two weeks at Triple-A Oklahoma City. A timeline for his return has yet to be established following his latest setback.
Cingrani was pulled from his rehab assignment with Triple-A Oklahoma City after feeling renewed pain in his left shoulder, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Cingrani has been with Oklahoma City since May 9, and had thrown 5.1 innings across six outings before having the shoulder pain resurface during Friday's appearance. The 29-year-old will return to Los Angeles to be re-evaluated and may undergo an MRI.
Cingrani (shoulder) pitched a scoreless inning in his rehab appearance for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Cingrani continues to progress, as this scoreless outing comes on the heels of two successful rehab appearances with High-A Rancho Cucamonga. He threw 15 pitches in this outing and emerged without any setbacks, so a return to the Dodgers' bullpen could be in the cards soon. Cingrani has been shut down since March after a recurrence of the left shoulder injury that sidelined him for much of the second half of last season.
Cingrani (shoulder) will move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Oklahoma City, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Cingrani made his second rehab appearance at High-A Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday and will now move his rehab to the upper minors. The veteran left-hander has been sidelined since mid-March as he's been dealing with soreness in his left shoulder.
Cingrani (shoulder) has been assigned to High-A Rancho Cucamonga for a rehab assignment, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
The left-hander has been out all season due to a recurring shoulder injury, but he threw a bullpen session last week and will now begin his minor-league rehab work. Cingrani posted a 4.76 ERA and a 1.10 WHIP to go along with 36 strikeouts over 22.2 innings in 30 games for the Dodgers last season.
Cingrani (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Friday and is on track to begin a rehab assignment next week, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Cingrani noted that Friday is the best he's felt since going on the injured list, which is positive news for the Dodgers. He'll likely need at least a few rehab outings before rejoining the big-league club.
Cingrani (shoulder) has been pain-free while throwing off flat ground from 120 feet at extended spring training in recent days, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Dodgers shut down Cingrani for two weeks late in the spring after he was diagnosed with a left shoulder impingement, and the respite has apparently proved effective. Cingrani should be ready to throw a bullpen session at some point this week and remains on track to return from the 10-day injured list at some point in the back half of April.
The Dodgers placed Cingrani (shoulder) on the 10-day injured list Thursday.
Cingrani has yet to resume throwing since being shut down since mid-March with left shoulder soreness and appears set to miss more than the minimum 10 days. His absence leaves Scott Alexander as the top left-handed option out of the bullpen for Los Angeles.
Cingrani has been shut down with left shoulder soreness, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
It is a recurrence of an issue he experienced last season and it will sideline him past Opening Day. He received medication and will not throw for two weeks while undergoing more treatment. Scott Alexander will now carry a heavy load as the Dodgers' clear top left-handed reliever to start the season.
Manager Dave Roberts said Cingrani will take things slowly this spring, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Cingrani dealt with a shoulder injury at the end of 2018, and although he returned before the end of the season, he wasn't as effective as before the injury. The southpaw is fully healthy heading into spring training, but it seems the Dodgers simply want to take things slowly to ensure Cingrani remains at full health for the duration of camp. As long as his clean bill of health holds up, the 29-year-old figures to be one of the top lefties in Los Angeles' bullpen this season.
Cingrani signed a one-year, $2.65 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
As Rosenthal notes, the fully guaranteed contract is a bit of an abnormality for pre-arbitration deals, but the monetary figure lines up with Cingrani's anticipated salary. In 2018, Cingrani logged a 4.76 ERA and 1.10 WHIP with a 36:6 K:BB across 30 appearances. He will become a free agent following next season.
Cingrani hit a batter and allowed two hits without recording an out in Saturday's win over San Diego.
Cingrani entered the ninth inning with a six-run lead but promptly loaded the bases before giving way to Kenley Jansen to clean up his mess. The southpaw has recorded just one out in two appearances since being activated from the disabled list Sept. 17, and he will have to show improved results before being trusted in high-leverage situations again.
Cingrani (shoulder) said he expects to be activated ahead of Monday's series opener against the Rockies, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Cingrani is set to rejoin the Dodgers after spending the past three months on the shelf with a shoulder injury. The southpaw posted a 4.84 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 36:6 K:BB across 22.1 innings of relief prior to suffering the injury. Given the length of his absence, the Dodgers may opt to ease Cingrani back into high-leverage work, though he should eventually work his way back to the later innings as one of the team's top southpaw relievers.
Cingrani (shoulder) will embark upon a rehab assignment with High-A Rancho Cucamonga on Friday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports.
Cingrani will be getting his first taste of game action since June 6, when he went down with a left shoulder strain. After suffering a pair of setbacks in the following weeks, he eventually received a cortisone shot and was transferred to the 60-day DL in August. Under normal circumstances, Cingrani would likely require a few minor-league outings, but with the lower-level seasons winding down, he may have to settle for one or two appearances and continue his rehab with the Dodgers if he's not ready to return from the shelf in the near future.
Cingrani (shoulder) was shifted to the 60-day disabled list Wednesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic Los Angeles reports.
This is simply procedural, as Cingrani has already missed more than 60 days while recovering from a shoulder injury. The southpaw received a cortisone shot in his shoulder earlier in the month but remains without a timetable for his return. Hyun-Jin Ryu was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list in a corresponding roster move.
Cingrani got a cortisone injection in his left shoulder Friday, Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Cingrani's recovery hasn't been progressing smoothly, so he received an injection to help his shoulder strain heal. After visiting Dr. Neal ElAttrache, it was confirmed that he didn't have any structural damage, though Cingrani is still dealing with symptoms. He still hasn't managed to pitch against live hitting, which figures to be the next step in his rehab. An exact timetable for Cingrani's return remains unknown, but more news should become available soon.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday that Cingrani's progress in his recovery from a left shoulder strain has been stalled of late, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Though Cingrani has been throwing bullpen sessions for more than a week, he hasn't reported much improvement with his shoulder during those workouts. That has prevented Cingrani from gaining clearance to face hitters in batting practice, which would be the next hurdle he needs to clear before heading out on a minor-league rehab assignment. It's not looking promising that Cingrani will be ready to return from the 10-day disabled list for the Dodgers' first game out of the All-Star break July 20.
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