Mariners injuries and roster moves

Keep track of the Mariners’ current deals and injury updates throughout the season.

Aug. 8: LHP Ryan Borucki (left lower arm), LF Jesse Winker (back convulsions) exit vs. Yankees
Borucki left with 2 outs in the ninth inning and a 1-0 depend on Andrew Benintendi. During the at-bat, he showed discomfort on the mound, at which point athletic fitness instructors analyzed him. He tried to toss one warmup pitch however left right away after. The lefty will go through an MRI on Tuesday, however supervisor Scott Servais suggested that it’s most likely that the reducer will miss out on time — potentially with a stint on the hurt list.

Winker left in the 5th inning after a running, leaping catch effort on a double by Benintendi that cruised over his head and caromed off the caution track and wall. Winker left both feet on the effort and appeared to land awkwardly. His circumstance is far less extreme, categorized by Servais as “day to day,” however it’s uncertain if he’ll miss out on time.

Aug. 6: RF Mitch Haniger triggered from 60-day hurt list (Grade 2 best high ankle sprain); INF Abraham Toro optioned to Triple-A Tacoma
The Mariners’ lineup got a substantial increase when it returned its finest player from 2021 after a healing of more than 3 months, as Haniger was set up in best field and in the No. 3 hole in Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader. The punching best fielder is coming off a Minor League rehab project of 11 video games, over which he struck .267/.488/.567 (1.055 OPS) with 3 homers. He represents a huge addition to a lineup that has, sometimes, plainly missed him — particularly without a real run-producing homer danger in the middle of the order.

In a matching relocation, Toro will attempt to return on the best track in Tacoma after striking .180/.239/.322 (.560 OPS) in 84 video games in the Majors. The switch-hitter has actually had a couple of huge minutes this season, especially with some periodic late-innings magic, however he’s primarily underperformed from what the club had actually visualized when it started the season with the belief he’d be an efficient daily gamer.

CF Julio Rodríguez (best wrist injury)
Expected return: Week of Aug. 8
Rodríguez has actually had no concerns grasping a bat when swinging in the cages, however he is still “feeling it a little bit on the vibration” when making contact. He might be triggered as quickly as Aug. 10, when he’s qualified, though the following weekend in Arlington may be a possibility, too. Servais stated that the novice will not require a Minor League rehab project. He was shelved on July 31 after being put on the right-hand man in the 8th inning versus the Astros the day prior. He remained in to play defense in the bottom half of the frame, however he was raised for a pinch-hitter in the ninth. (Last upgraded: Aug. 8)

OF Dylan Moore (back convulsions)
Expected return: Week of Aug. 8
Moore stated he’s “optimistic” that he might return when he’s qualified on Aug. 10 after taking prolonged early batting practice when the Mariners opened a house series versus the Yankees. The energy guy left the Mariners’ July 30 video game versus the Astros and was put on the 15-day IL on July 31. (Last upgraded: Aug. 8)

RHP Diego Castillo (best shoulder swelling)
Expected return:
Castillo started a Minor League rehab project with High-A Everett, putting him on track to return quickly. His IL stint is retroactive to July 26, suggesting he can be triggered on Aug. 10. (Last upgraded: Aug. 8)

LHP Matthew Boyd (left elbow pressure)
Expected return: End of August
Boyd tossed a live batting practice at T-Mobile Park on Aug. 8 that worked out and signified that he might start a Minor League rehab project quickly. If so, it’ll likely be a longer stint considered that he’s been sidelined all season and would require to extend his arm out. (Last upgraded: Aug. 8)

OF Taylor Trammell (best hamstring pressure)
Expected return: End of July
Trammell has actually increase his baseball activity and continued running, frequently taking early BP ahead of house video games. It’s possible that he might start a Minor League rehabilitation project as quickly as today, when the Mariners head out on the roadway once again. Trammell stated that the hamstring injury isn’t as extreme as the one he sustained in April. (Last upgraded: July 25)

C Curt Casali (best oblique pressure)
Expected return: End of August, potentially earlier
Casali moved his Minor League rehab project to Triple-A Tacoma after being gotten from the Giants ahead of the Trade Deadline. Once he’s back, he’s slated to presume the full-time backup catcher function. (Last upgraded: Aug. 8)

RHP Ken Giles (best shoulder swelling)
Expected return: TBD
Giles suffered the injury soon after getting in a July 8 video game in the 8th inning, at which point he was right away gotten rid of. Manager Scott Servais stated that Giles was handling pain on the rear end of his shoulder, and he’ll be shelved a minimum of through the All-Star break. (Last upgraded: July 9)

C Tom Murphy (dislocated left shoulder)
Expected return: 2023
Murphy went through season-ending surgical treatment to fix his left shoulder and has actually rejoined the Mariners in Seattle to start his rehabilitation. Manager Scott Servais is enthusiastic that the backstop will be all set by Spring Training. (Last upgraded: July 3)

1B Evan White (left hip)
Expected return
White went back to Triple-A Tacoma and resumed his rehabilitation project on June 14, 2 weeks after he experienced a problem that required him to stop his video game action. He played in 8 video games prior to being shelved, going 3-for-23. White has actually gone through 2 surgical treatments in the previous 12 months, initially to fix a left hip flexor pressure last July then for a sports hernia in March. (Last upgraded: June 14)

RHP Casey Sadler (shoulder surgical treatment)
Expected return:
Sadler will miss out on the whole of the 2022 season. The 31-year-old righty discovered his specific niche in relief for Seattle in 2015, rattling a franchise record 29 successive scoreless looks. That streak will stay active upon his go back to action.

“He was such a big part of our bullpen last year, certainly down the stretch in what he was able to do in that critical ‘pivot’ role,” supervisor Scott Servais stated. “Disappointed for him. … He eventually will be fine, but he’s not going to pitch for us this year.” (Last upgraded: March 20)

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