Injury notes: Urias, Sims, Glasnow, Dobnak

After suffering a left quadriceps strain in yesterday’s spring training match, Louis Orias He is facing a layoff period of at least two weeks and is “DoubtfulFor opening day, Brewer Administration Craig Consell Tell Todd Rossiak from Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and other correspondents. Even if Urias only misses 14 days, that won’t leave much time for Urias to play in their first Brew Crew match on April 7, and even the two-week schedule is just a drop since Counsell has indicated that Urias will. Still getting more tests.

Although Urias does not appear to be facing a very long layover, the Brewers will likely turn deep into the bench early to fill in their third baseman. Milwaukee has several third base options but not really a true reserve short, with Urias also being seen as the frontrunner to play short if Willie Adams need a break. if not Pablo Reyes (who has only a few career matches as a short short), the best prospect Bryce Taurang He hadn’t made his MLB debut, and the Brewers probably wouldn’t want to start their service hour until these limited circumstances.

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  • reds Valid Lucas Sims He won’t be on the team’s opening day roster because it’s more time to build his arm, Sims, and manager David Bell For reporters (including Mark Sheldon MLB.com). Sims is healthy now, but he’s behind schedule because illness and back cramps have interrupted his usual off-season work. “We can re-evaluate later but [first] Make sure the buildup is done right and then we don’t rush into something and we have a big dealSims said. The absence may allow other bowlers to advance into the nearest void, as Sims has been favored as Cincinnati’s top choice for the ninth inning this season, assuming the Reds already have a closer group. The 27-year-old Sims moved into the relief business full time in 2019, has a 4.05 ERA and a 35.2% strike rate in 115 2/3 rounds over the past three seasons, although control and home operation have been problems.
  • Tyler Glasno He won’t vomit for 2-3 weeks after having arthroscopic ankle surgery on Friday, says rays Broadcaster Neil SolondsTwitter link). Some loose objects were removed from Glasnow’s right ankle. While the procedure appears minor, the delay in rehabilitating Glasno from Tommy John surgery could end any hope the Right had in promoting the 2022 season. Glasnow underwent Tommy John surgery last August, giving him a narrow window to return this season if he gets to the limit. The lowest typical TJ recovery timeline of 12-15 months.
  • The twins closed Randy Dubnack Because of the continuous pain in the finger of the right hand in the hand that received it, Do Hyung Park at MLB.com Writes. It’s unknown how long Dobnak will be sidelined, although it looks as though he won’t be on the Opening Day roster. Dobnak initially twisted his finger again in late June, then only played one game the rest of the season due to IL’s 60-day placements. Even before the finger issues, Dobnak was already struggling through a tough year, finishing with a 7.64 ERA on 50 2/3 rounds.

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