Wahl (oblique) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday.
This move clears a spot on the 40-man roster for Jace Peterson, whose contract was selected from the alternate training site. Wahl is out with an oblique strain but could return sometime this summer.
The Brewers placed Wahl (oblique) on the 10-day injured list Thursday.
Wahl has been sidelined since mid-March with a right oblique strain. The Brewers have yet to provide a clear timeline for Wahl's return, but he's not a lock to be included in the big-league bullpen once he's activated from the IL.
Brewers manager Craig Counsell confirmed Tuesday that Wahl (oblique) will open the season on the injured list, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Wahl was diagnosed with a right oblique strain after exiting his relief appearance Monday against the Padres. The right-hander wasn't on track to make a full recovery in the two-plus weeks before Opening Day, so he'll likely be moved to the IL within the next few days as the Brewers look to open up a spot on the 26-man active roster.
Wahl suffered a right oblique injury during Monday's exhibition against the Padres, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
While Wahl is set to undergo further evaluation before the extent of the injury becomes known, oblique injuries are never a good sign, especially for pitchers. At this point, it seems unlikely that the 28-year-old will be ready for Opening Day.
Wahl left Monday's game against San Diego with right side discomfort, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Wahl's initial diagnosis doesn't sound particularly serious, though it's possible he winds up diagnosed with something worse than discomfort following further tests. Even a slight delay at this stage could potentially threaten Wahl's readiness for Opening Day, though he's unlikely to spend that day on the big-league roster even if healthy, as he's a 28-year-old with just 15.1 major-league innings and a 7.63 ERA on his resume.
Wahl (arm) is expected to work in relief Tuesday in the Brewers' Cactus League game against the Athletics, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Wahl was shut down at the Brewers' alternate training site last September after experiencing right arm soreness, but the injury seemingly isn't a concern heading into 2021. Before being optioned to the alternate site last season, Wahl made three appearances out of the Milwaukee bullpen, giving up three runs on four hits over 2.1 innings.
Wahl is dealing with an arm issue at the Brewers' alternate training site, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Wahl had been working in Appleton since the end of July, but he's been shut down while dealing with an arm issue. The exact nature and severity of the injury are unclear.
Wahl was optioned to Milwaukee's alternate camp site Wednesday.
Wahl will head to the team's satellite camp after struggling through his first three appearances of the season, allowing three runs on four hits (including two home runs) across 2.1 innings. Jacob Nottingham was summoned to the majors in a corresponding move.
Wahl will open the season on the Brewers' 30-man roster.
Wahl was optioned to Triple-A in March, but he fared well in summer camp and was able to grab a spot on the Brewers' expanded roster. Wahl missed all of last season with a torn ACL and owns a 6.92 ERA over 14 big-league appearances, but he was a strikeout machine while pitching in the minors, and could carve out a role in the middle of the Brewers' bullpen if things click.
Wahl has impressed in camp and could make the Opening Day bullpen, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Wahl and Devin Williams were mentioned by manager Craig Counsell as two relievers who have impressed in the battle for the team's final bullpen spots. Wahl missed all of 2019 with a torn ACL and struck out 73 batters in 45 innings at Triple-A in 2018.
Wahl was optioned to Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The 28-year-old seemed to have a decent shot at cracking the Opening Day roster, but he'll instead be pushed to Triple-A with play currently suspended. Wahl missed the entirety of the 2019 season after tearing his ACL on March 1, but he returned to game action this spring before things were shut down.
Wahl pitched in a Cactus League game Wednesday for the first time since tearing his ACL last March 1, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Wahl appeared in six Arizona Fall League games last year, but Wednesday's appearance was his first appearance with an affiliated club in nearly a year. Despite missing all of last season and pitching in just 14 big-league games in his career, Wahl is in position to earn a spot on the Brewers' Opening Day roster.
Wahl (knee) has been added to Glendale's roster in the Arizona Fall League.
Wahl missed the entire season after tearing his ACL March 1, but it appears he has completed his recovery and is ready to return to the mound. Wahl may only appear in a game or two before AFL play concludes, but regardless, he should be ready to go when spring training begins next February.
Wahl (knee) has been throwing off a mound, Sophia Minnaert of Fox Sports Wisconsin reports.
Wahl underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL in March, but he's been making solid progress in his recovery. He's already been cleared to throw off a mound, and the next step will be to face live hitters, per Minnaert. It's also worth noting that Wahl has dropped 15-to-20 pounds while on the injured list. If all goes according to plan, there's a chance the right-hander could return to Milwaukee's bullpen before the 2019 campaign comes to a close.
Wahl (knee) was shifted to the 60-day injured list Thursday.
This is simply procedural, as Wahl is expected to miss most, if not all, of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL in March. The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for Donnie Hart, who was claimed off waivers in a corresponding move.
Wahl (knee) was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday.
This move comes as no surprise given that Wahl underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL earlier this month. He is hoping to return to action before the season ends, but he will likely have to avoid any hiccups in his recovery in order to do so.
Wahl will undergo surgery to repair his torn right ACL on Tuesday, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports.
As expected, a second opinion confirmed that Wahl will have to go under the knife. The right-hander is still hoping to return in September.
Wahl (knee) hopes to be able to return in September if he does indeed end up requiring ACL surgery, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Wahl will receive a second opinion soon, but surgery remains the expected outcome. A September return may be tough, but Wahl's optimism suggests it's too early to conclusively rule him out for the year. Even if he does make it back on the mound in the final month of the season, though, it's not particularly likely that he's able to throw any innings at the big-league level, as he has just 13 so far in his career.
Wahl was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee Sunday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Wahl suffered the injury Friday and is now likely done for the season. The 26-year-old -- who was acquired by the Brewers in a trade for Keon Broxton -- will still seek out a second opinion to confirm the diagnosis. Wahl figured to begin the season at Triple-A San Antonio but likely would have gotten a chance in Milwaukee's bullpen at some point.
Wahl is dealing with a lower leg injury and will undergo an MRI, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Wahl suffered the injury during Friday's game against the Mariners. While the exact nature of the injury remains unknown, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that some believe the issue might involve tendons around his right knee. More should be known once the test results are disclosed.
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