Schebler (shoulder) might not return from the disabled list until September, Kyle Melnick of MLB.com reports.
Schebler has been shut down completely for another week, at which point he'll begin testing his shoulder to see if he can resume throwing. He'll almost certainly need another rehab assignment, which could easily extend his DL trip until the end of the month.
Schebler (shoulder) was returned from his rehab assignment, and he'll cease throwing for a weekC. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic Cincinnati reports.
Schebler landed on the disabled list July 18 after suffering a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder, and he hasn't managed to successfully make throws from the outfield in his rehab stint. He'll return to the team and rest his shoulder for a week before the team decides what the next step is.
Schebler (shoulder) has been throwing before games on his rehab assignment, but has only been a DH during games, MLB.com's Mark Sheldon reports.
Schebler got a scheduled day off Saturday but should be back in action Sunday, though it's uncertain when he'll be back as an outfielder. "It is really on him to tell us when he is ready," interim manager Jim Riggleman said.
Schebler (shoulder) started as the designated hitter for Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday, but is still not ready to throw in games, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Once Schebler is cleared to throw, he will be back with the Reds, but for now he will get to stay fresh at the plate at Triple-A. It was announced that Jesse Winker (shoulder) will miss the rest of the season, so upon Schebler's return, he could see a slight uptick in playing time, although he was already getting close to everyday at-bats, only sitting against lefties.
Schebler (shoulder) wasn't activated from the 10-day disabled list ahead of Wednesday's game against the Cardinals, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
As expected, Schebler will remain on the DL for at least one more day while he recovers from a right shoulder sprain. He'll instead head to Triple-A Louisville, where he'll serve as the affiliate's designated hitter Wednesday in a rehab game. Schebler stated that his shoulder is improving but that there's still some soreness when he throws, which clouds his timeline to rejoin the Reds. He'll likely need to play the outfield without issue during the rehab assignment before Cincinnati is comfortable activating him.
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