Glover (shoulder) has been shut down for the remainder of the season, The Washington Post reports.
Glover currently doesn't plan to undergo surgery for the right shoulder impingement he's dealing with, but he won't be back with the Nationals this year -- including the playoffs. Instead, he'll continue to rehab the injury at Washington's West Palm Beach rehab facility, as he has been doing the last couple months. Glover is just 24 years old, but he's already dealt with noteworthy hip, back and now shoulder injuries during his tenure with the team. Nonetheless, the right-hander is expected to factor into the team's bullpen plans in 2018.
Glover (shoulder) is seeking a second opinion, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports.
Manager Dusty Baker said Glover sounded "discouraged" when he spoke to him recently -- reading between the lines, this could mean that the first doctor recommended surgery. Glover suffered a rotator cuff injury in late June while rehabbing a back injury. It sounds like he's thrown his last pitch of 2017.
Glover (shoulder) may not return this season, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports.
He will meet with the team when they are in Miami next week, but it sounds like his rookie campaign may be over. Glover posted a 5.12 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, 17 strikeouts and eight saves in 19.1 innings this season.
Glover (shoulder, back) has begun throwing from 90 feet, Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com reports.
It's a small, productive step for the 24-year-old, who is recovering from a rotator cuff injury he suffered while rehabbing from a back ailment. Glover will likely need to increase his velocity before resuming regular pitching activities and could then require multiple rehab stints prior to a full return. The righty has posted an unimpressive 5.12 ERA over 23 appearances with the Nationals this season and likely slots back in as a low-leverage relief option.
Glover (shoulder, back) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Monday, Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post reports.
Contrary to prior reports, Glover has yet to resume throwing and has several hurdles to clear in the rehab process before receiving the green light to return to the Nationals. The move to the 60-day DL ensures that Glover won't be activated until at least mid-August, and once he rejoins the club, he'll likely have to settle for a setup or middle-relief role with the Nationals upgrading their bullpen following the acquisitions Sunday of two more established late-inning options in Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson. Prior to being sidelined in early June with shoulder discomfort and back stiffness, Glover had turned in a 5.12 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 17:4 K:BB in 19.1 innings while converting eight of 10 save chances.
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