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Cobb was pulled off his rehab due to fatigue last week. While this is not looked at as a setback, the team will have to look at the results and figure out if he is ready to resume his rehab. Cobb is still a long way from being game ready, and it is questionable if owners will get much out of him as the season grows shorter.
He fell down on his way to first, but managed to walk off the field under his own power. He appeared to tweak something in his right leg, and should be considered day-to-day, at least until the team releases further details about his leg problem. Marwin Gonzalez moved over to cover third, with Jason Castro entering the game to play first base.
It will depend on the length of this outing as to whether he can start as scheduled on Friday. Given the awful results he has been posting as a starter, however, the team might be better served to let him go on Tuesday and find another option for Friday's tilt against the Brewers.
Apparently you do not want to provide slow service to Bradham, as that supposedly led to his punching a hotel worker in the face last week. He did turn himself in, and was charged with aggravated assault. The team has released a statement that it is aware of the situation, but did not comment further. This will play out over the next several weeks, if not months.
With the blown save on Monday night against the Rangers, he has coughed up three victories in July. His 3.77 ERA and 1.28 WHIP do not portend well for him to continue as the ninth inning guy if he continues to struggle going forward.
Carroll has had an obviously successful run as the Seahawk head coach. The team is wise to lock him up and avoid any controversy about his future as the leader of Seattle's football team.
Gearrin has been working to recover from a right shoulder sprain he suffered in early July. Even when he returns to action, and assuming he is added to the major league roster, he will provide only middle relief support out the bullpen, and is essentially fantasy irrelevant.
Houston had ACL surgery in February, and there is no set timetable for his return to action. It does not sound as though he will be a training camp participant, though, and is more likely to be activated during the season. He is someone to put on your radar in IDP leagues, and a player to grab off the wire once he is activated.
Coleman is a big tackle, big play safety who occasionally gets beat badly in the secondary for the Panthers. The team can overlook his occasional lapses on defense dued to the production he provides. At 27, he has good years ahead of him, and the Panthers are wise to lock him up for the near future.
He is not actually throwing socks, but has a sock taped over his hand and the ball, to simulate the throwing of a baseball. This is typically the last step before playing catch, but Doolittle is still a ways away from throwing off a mound or heading out for a rehab stint. He could be back in the bullpen by mid-August, barring any setbacks.