Last Update: July 27, 4:00 am ET

Francisco Lindor (NYM) – Lindor is going to need four-to-six weeks to heal from a right oblique strain, which likely means he won’t return until the end of August.

Max Scherzer (WSH) – Scherzer threw a bullpen session on Monday and by all accounts he seems likely to make his next start on Saturday.

Trevor Story (COL) - Story was hit in the back of the hand from a fastball by Shohei Ohtani. After a brief delay he remained in the game.

Taylor Rogers (MIN) – Rogers threw just five pitches Monday night before being lifted from the game with a sprained middle finger on his left hand. 

Joe Kelly (LAD) – Joe Kelly tweaked his hamstring after recording his first save of the season on Sunday. Nothing definitive has come down yet regarding the injury so hopefully we’ll hear more on Tuesday.

Last Update: July 26, 7:30 pm ET

Mike Trout (LAA) - There has been a setback in Trout's return as he “feels something” in his calf, which has halted his rehab assignment. Doesn't sound like his comeback happens anytime soon.

Drew Smyly (ATL) - Smyly left Sunday's game due to a left knee injury but Monday's tests revealed there was no structural damage. He should be able to make his next start, but monitor the news.

Carlos Carrasco (NYM) - Carrasco threw a rehab outing on Sunday and the Mets said his “stuff was great”, all but assuring us Carrasco will be activated the next time he's scheduled to pitch.

Mookie Betts (LAD) - The Dodgers took a long time to put Betts on the IL and now they have to wait another 10 days until they can activate him instead of getting back earlier using the retroactive move within the three days of backdating.

Jacob deGrom (NYM) - The Mets star threw off a mound and is apparently feeling good afterward. We're still unsure when he's going to return.

Collin McHugh (TB) - McHugh is suffering arm fatigue and has been placed on the IL because of it. He had been great before this ailment pitching to a 1.51 ERA through 41.2 IP.

Last Update: July 25, 7:15 am ET

Max Scherzer (WSH) – Scherzer was scratched from his most previous start due to some discomfort in his triceps. He’s been in the mix of rumors as a potential trade candidate but he does expect to make his next start.

Jack Flaherty (STL) – Flaherty is set to make a rehab appearance on Tuesday and he’ll be on a 40-to-45 pitch count. It’ll be his first appearance on a mount in nearly two months.

Miles Mikolas (STL) – Mikolas, like his teammate, is also scheduled to begin a rehab assignment this weekend and the Cardinals are hopeful to have him back in three-to-four weeks.

Yasmani Grandal (CHW) – Grandal said that he is progressing well to repair a torn tendon in his knee. He’s been out of action for about three weeks, but the team is hopeful to have him back sometime next month.

Last Update: July 24, 4:00 pm ET

Trevor Rogers (MIA) - The Marlins placed Rogers on the 10-day IL with lower back spasms. He'll be eligible to come off the IL late next week, but that's dependent on how his back feels.

Cody Bellinger (LAD) – Bellinger exited Friday night’s game prior to the eighth inning with hamstring tightness after running out a triple. There’s optimism he’ll be able to play in Sunday’s series finale, but the situation is a bit fluid right now.

Mookie Betts (LAD) – Betts missed a sixth straight game Friday night. They’re taking every precaution they can and they’re hopeful he plays on Sunday, but a more realistic expectation would be a return on Tuesday.

Gary Sanchez (NYY) – Sanchez exited Friday’s game against Boston with back spasms. He was not in Saturday’s lineup.

Stephen Strasburg (WSH) – Not the greatest news coming out of Washington. After Wednesday’s bullpen session, Strasburg reported some neck discomfort so they’ll be scaling back his rehab until he’s feeling better.

Eduardo Rodriguez (BOS) – E-Rod exited Friday’s start against the Yankees in the second inning with migraines. Alex Cora is optimistic it’s something they can contain and that it was hopefully just a rare occurrence.

Alex Cobb (LAA) – Cobb left during warmups ahead of the sixth inning Friday night with a blister on his index finger. He previously missed two weeks back in May with a similar injury.

Josh Rojas (ARI) – The Diamondbacks officially placed Rojas on the 10-day IL after dislocating his finger Wednesday night.

Last Update: July 23,  6:00 am ET

Jon Berti (R) (MIA) – Berti was hit in the back of the head by an 85mph off-speed pitch. He walked off the field under his own power and was diagnosed with a concussion.

Jazz Chisholm (MIA) – Chisholm has been getting work in defensively and the team believe he’ll come off the IL when eligible next Friday.

Travis d’Arnaud (ATL) – d’Arnaud has been out of action since the beginning of May with torn ligaments in his thumb but he’s been travelling with the team this week and recently started throwing and catching in the outfield.

Josh Rojas (L) (ARI) – Rojas dislocated his finger while sliding into second base. It’s a little unclear how much time he could miss at the moment, but expect an update on Wednesday.

Nick Castellanos (R) (CIN) – Castellanos has a microfracture in his wrist so he’s unable to swing a bat at the moment. He said he was going to take a couple days to rest it so we’ll see where he’s at following the weekend.

Mookie Betts (R) (LAD) – Betts was once again out of the Dodgers lineup on Wednesday which isn’t much of an update as he’s been dealing with a hip issue. Dave Roberts did acknowledge that he might need a trip to the IL.

Justin Upton (R) (LAA) – Upton made his first rehab start and hit a home run, although he’s also struck out four times. He’s missed a month with lower back tightness but there’s optimism he could be back by the end of the month.

Alex Kirilloff () (L) (MIN) – The Twins announced that their prized rookie would need surgery to repair a torn ligament in his wrist. This move will likely end the rookie’s season.

Zach Eflin (R) (PHI) – Eflin was placed on the 10-day IL on Tuesday with tendinitis in his knee. Eflin’s dealt with similar injuries in his career so hopefully he’ll come off the IL when he’s eligible to return.

Last Update: July 21, 5:00 am ET

Justin Turner (R) (LAD) – Turner took a pitch to the knee and remained in Tuesday’s game for a couple innings, but was ultimately replaced by Matt Beaty (L). It sounds as if he’ll receive an off day on Wednesday and then be re-evaluated later in the next couple days.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) – Like his teammate, Muncy was also hit in the pitch and departed with a contusion in his shoulder. It sounds like he’ll also be off on Wednesday but the Dodgers might see how he’s feeling prior to Wednesday’s game.

Kris Bryant (R) (CHC) – Bryant left Tuesday’s game in the fifth inning due to hamstring fatigue. It’s not a strain, but it does sound like Bryant could receive an off day on Wednesday to rest up.

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – Bregman has been out with a strained hamstring for over a month, but he could head out on a rehab assignment starting this weekend.

Nick Senzel (R) (CIN) – Senzel had surgery on his knee back in May and he is slated to begin a rehab assignment next week at Triple-A, Louisville.

Aaron Civale (R) (CLE) – Civale has been playing catch for the last week and might start throwing off a mound next week as he works his way back from a fractured finger.

Last Update: July 20, 7:20 pm ET

Zach Eflin (R) (PHI) - The Phillies don't believe this will be a long-term injury, but Eflin has hit the injured list with patellar tendinitis in his right knee. It's worth noting Eflin has a long history of injuries in this same knee.

Spencer Turnbull (R) (DET) - Turnbull's 2021 has come to end as it's been announced he will undergo Tommy John surgery. Turnbull had the highest of highs this year throwing a no-hitter and now the lowest of low's with his season-ending with the dreaded TJ surgery.

Danny Duffy (L) (KC) - This guy just can't stay healthy. He just came off the IL on June 23rd and due to a left flexor strain, he's back on. He was being brought up in trade rumors, but this smushes that.

Brady Singer (R) (KC) - Singer's injury seems fairly serious considering its shoulder fatigue. The hope is it's nothing more than shoulder fatigue, but we will have to wait and see.

Chris Owings (R) (COL) - Owings has a mallet finger, a deformation of the finger, and has been placed on the 10-day IL.

Mookie Betts (R) (LAD) - Betts was NOT in the Dodgers lineup on Tuesday and this is approaching potential IL stint territory if he doesn't crack the LAD lineup on Wednesday.

Last Update: July 20, 4:30 am ET

Mookie Betts (R) (LAD) – Betts was scratched from Monday’s lineup with right hip inflammation. It’s the same injury that forced him to leave Saturday’s contest and miss Sunday’s game. For now, he’s still considered day-to-day.

Carlos Carrasco (R) (NYM) – Carrasco is set to make his final rehab start on Tuesday and if all goes well he could rejoin the Mets this weekend. He hasn’t been stretched out as a starter in his rehab appearances, but this will be a welcome sign for a team being dealt injuries on a daily basis.

Corey Seager (L) (LAD) – Corey Seager (L) could return to the Dodgers’ lineup as soon as Wednesday. He’s been out for over two months with a fractured hand.

Luis Robert (R) (CHW) – Robert has been out since May with a flexor strain, but he’s scheduled to begin his rehab assignment in Wednesday.

John Means (L) (BAL) – Baltimore plans to activate Means to start Tuesday’s game against Tampa. Means has been out for about six weeks with shoulder discomfort so I wouldn’t expect him to pitch too deep into this contest.

Dinelson Lamet (R) (SD) – Lamet is progressing toward a return from right forearm inflammation. Jayce Tingler indicated that when he does return, they will scale back his workload so they don’t overuse him.

Last Update: July 19, 8:00 pm ET

Gavin Lux (L) (LAD) - This is not good news for Lux. He's been placed on the 10-day IL due to a left hamstring strain. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters his recovery “could take some time."

Jazz Chisholm Jr. (L) (MIA) - The young infielder has been placed on the 10-day IL with a left shoulder contusion. The good news is that it sounds like it's just a bone bruise.

Garrett Cooper (R) (MIA) - Cooper has a sprained left elbow and has been placed on the 10-day IL. He had been playing extremely well recently, so that's a tough blow.

Brandon Crawford (L) (SF) - An oblique strain has caused the Giants to place Crawford on the 10-day IL. It seems as if it'll be a 10 to 14 day injury, but we'll find out more as the week goes on.

Alek Manoah (R) (TOR) - The talented rookie right-hander has been placed on the 10-day IL with a back contusion retroactive to July 16th. It was caused by a slip and fall down the dugout stairs.

Carlos Martínez (R) (STL) - Martinez, already on the IL, is likely done for the season now that he underwent surgery on his thumb.

Christian Arroyo (R) (BOS) - He hurt his hamstring on Sunday by stretching out for a baseball and will be placed on the 10-day IL because of it.

Ender Inciarte (L) (ATL) - Inciarte has been placed on the COVID-19 list. He tested negative with his first test, but will need to test negative multiple times before being eligible to return to the team.

Last Update: July 18, 11:45 am ET

Mookie Betts (R) (LAD) – Betts left Saturday’s game in the seventh inning with right hip irritation. He began to limp pulling into second base for his third double of the night. He also hit a home run. For now, he’s considered day-to-day.

Jacob deGrom (R) (NYM) – More of the same for deGrom at the moment. He feels tightness in his forearm but there is no structural damage. The Mets are shutting him down from throwing until the tightness goes away and they will be placing him on the 10-day IL.

Francisco Lindor (B) (CLE) – Lindor left Friday’s game after looking a bit uncomfortable swinging the bat in the fifth inning. The Mets are labeling it an oblique strain and he was officially placed on the 10-day IL Saturday afternoon.

Kevin Gausman (R) (SF) – There’s no injury to Gausman but he was placed on the family medical emergency list due to a personal matter.

Clayton Kershaw (L) (LAD) – Kershaw isn’t playing catch as of Saturday and there’s no timetable for his return.

Anthony Rendon (R) (LAA) – Rendon’s hamstring isn’t healing as fast as the organization anticipated and he will be out for another two-to-three weeks at minimum. 

Nick Castellanos (R) (CIN) – Castellanos was hit by a pitch on the wrist Friday and left the game. X-rays came back negative and he’s listed as day-to-day.

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) – After being placed on the 10-day IL, the Yankees stated that Voit will undergo a lubricating injection in his knee and there’s no timetable for his return.

Ian Anderson (R) (ATL) – The Braves placed Anderson on the 10-day IL on Friday with shoulder inflammation. He won’t be throwing for the next seven-to-ten days so one can expect that is when he will be re-evaluated.

Jack Flaherty (R) (STL) – Flaherty hasn’t pitched in almost two months as he recovers from an oblique strain. The Cardinals hope he can start a rehab assignment in the next three-to-four weeks.

Brandon Crawford (L) (SF) – Crawford grabbed his leg during an at bat in the eighth inning of Friday night’s game. He was diagnosed with a hamstring cramp so he’s day-to-day for now.

Last Update: July 16, 4:15 pm ET

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) - Voit has been placed on the 10-day IL with a bone bruise in his left knee. 

Chris Sale (L) (BOS) – Sale made his long-awaited minor league rehab debut on Thursday and worked three innings while throwing 39 pitches. His fastball topped out at 97mph and the next step in his rehab will be Tuesday night with Double-A Portland.

Tyler Glasnow (R) (TB) – Glasnow has a partially torn UCL and a flexor strain but he is starting to play light catch, which the Rays are deeming as a good sign .There’s still not clear time frame for his return, but he’s probably a couple months away.

Last Update: July 12, 10:30 pm ET

Yu Darvish (R) (SD) – Darvish has been dealing with some back and hip tightness and the club placed him on the IL retroactive to July 8 so he may only miss one start as long as there are no setbacks.

Ryan Weathers (L) (SD) – Weathers had to leave Sunday’s game after colliding with Jon Gray (R) on the first base line. He planted his leg awkwardly and left with an Achilles injury. MRI results showed no structural damage in his leg or ankle, but it does sound like he could be out until early August.

Merrill Kelly (R) (ARI) – Kelly left Sunday’s start with some leg cramps. Torey Lovullo did comment that he doesn’t believe Kelly will miss his next start. 

Ian Anderson (R) (ATL) – Anderson was absolutely rocked in his start on Sunday as he couldn’t make it out of the third inning. There are concerns that it could be a shoulder injury and the prized pitching commodity is set to undergo further testing on Tuesday.

Last Update: July 11, 8:30 am ET

Ronald Acuña Jr. (R) (ATL) – Atlanta’s worst fears have been confirmed. Acuna tore his ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2021 season. His recovery window is about nine months so it’s possible he misses the start of 2022 as well.

Salvador Perez (R) (KC) – Perez is day-to-day and will be re-evaluated on Sunday after experiencing some tightness in his back. With the All-Star Break coming up it would make sense to give him an extra day of rest.

Zack Greinke (R) (HOU) – Greinke left Saturday’s start against the Yankees after four innings with shoulder soreness. He has said he’s been dealing with this injury for a while now so it’s worth keeping an eye on to see how they approach it following the break.

Carlos Correa (R) (HOU) – Correa was placed on the 10-day IL prior to Friday’s series opener against the Yankees due to health and safety protocols.

Odúbel Herrera (L) (PHI) – Odúbel Herrera (L) was placed on the 10-day IL with left ankle tendinitis. No word yet on if he’ll come off the IL when eligible.

Clayton Kershaw (L) (LAD) – The Dodgers caught a break after Kershaw’s MRI revealed no structural damage in his left forearm. Kershaw’s just battling some inflammation and luckily gets the All-Star break at the right time to rest up.

Last Update: July 10, 6:45 pm ET

Ronald Acuna (ATL) - It was tough to see the young star outfielder go down with an apparent leg injury and have to be carted off the field. Things you hate to see? That. If it’s not serious, we’d be shocked. We should expect to move forward in our fantasy baseball seasons without him.

Yan Gomes (R) (WAS) - After leaving Friday’s game with an oblique injury, Gomes was instantly placed on the 10-day IL. This is a tough loss for Washington as Gomes’ has posted a 102 wRC+ and the average for a catcher is 89. He’s been very good offensively.

Mitch Garver (R) (MIN) - Garver caught a bullpen session on Friday, signaling he’s close to a return. He’s likely going to start his rehab assignment next week and could potentially be back soon after the All-Star break.

Tommy La Stella (L) (SFG) - The rehab assignment is set to begin as the infielder has had an injury plagued season that has disappointed by many accounts. La Stella is coming back from a hamstring and hand injury.

Buster Posey (R) (SFG) - Posey has been placed on the 10-day IL, retroactive to July 6th. He was injured due to a foul tip and it was clearly a case of whether or not his thumb would heal fast enough. The answer? No. He shouldn’t be out for too long after the All-Star break.

Asdrúbal Cabrera (B) (ARI) - Cabrera has been placed on the 10-day IL with a strained right hamstring. This could be a slight blow to Arizona’s ability to maximize his trade value as we head towards the deadlin

Last Update: July 9, 6:15 am ET

Sonny Gray (R) (CIN) – The Reds placed Gray on the 10-day IL on Thursday due to a rib cage sprain. It doesn’t sound like he’ll miss his next start after the All-Star break. The timing of his IL stint gives him some extra days of rest so this isn’t too big of a deal right now.

Justus Sheffield (L) (SEA) – Sheffield was placed on the 10-day IL with a forearm strain and the club revealed he’s also battling an oblique strain as well. There’s no timetable for when he could return.

Eloy Jiménez (R) (CHW) – The White Sox announced on Thursday that Jimenez would begin a rehab assignment on Friday. This is great news as he’s ahead of his recovery window. There’s no official word on when he could join the big league club, but it’s welcome news from fantasy owners as long as he doesn’t suffer a setback.

Eddie Rosario (L) (CLE) – Rosario has been placed on the 10-day IL with an oblique strain he suffered on Monday.

John Means (L) (BAL) – Means started his rehab assignment earlier this week. He’ll likely need two more starts in the minors before he’s brought back up to the O’s.

Chris Sale (L) (BOS) – Sale is scheduled to toss a simulated game on Saturday. If everything goes well he’ll be sent out on a rehab assignment that could start as early as next Thursday.

Last Update: July 8, 5:20 am ET

Kris Bryant (R) (CHC) – Bryant left Wednesday’s game early with hamstring tightness. There’s no word yet on if he’ll need a stint on the IL but the Cubs might be cautious and hold him out of the lineup for a few days.

Jake Arrieta (R) (CHC) – Bryant’s teammate, Jake Arrieta (R), was placed on the 10-day IL with hamstring tightness. He’s been touting a 9.67 ERA over his last dozen starts.

Ozzie Albies (B) (ATL) – Albies was removed from Wednesday’s game in Pittsburgh with a stiff neck. The team doesn’t believe it’s overly serious and they do think he’ll be back in the lineup on Friday.

Matt Chapman (R) (OAK) – Chapman was excluded from Wednesday’s lineup as he’s been experiencing a case of the stomach flu.

Trevor Rosenthal (R) (OAK) – The Athletics announced on Wednesday that Trevor Rosenthal (R) would not pitch this season after having surgery on his hip a few months back.

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – Bregman is nearing a rehab assignment as he’s been taking batting practice and running at about 85-90% full speed.

Carlos Martínez (R) (STL) – Martinez suffered a torn ligament in his thumb while fouling a ball off in the Cardinals’ recent series against the Rockies. Mike Schildt acknowledged that they don’t expect Martinez back anytime soon.

Last Update: July 7, 6:35 pm ET

Clayton Kershaw (L) (LAD) - Kershaw has been placed on 10-day IL with left forearm inflammation. A corresponding move has not yet been announced.

Yasmani Grandal (B) (CHW) – Grandal was placed on the 10-day IL with a torn tendon in his knee. The injury will likely keep him out for four-to-six weeks. The White Sox have had their share of injuries in 2021 but they will get some key pieces back as the summer progresses. For now they recalled Seby Zavala (R) from Triple-A who will get some action behind the dish.

Michael Pineda (R) (MIN) – Pineda will be activated off the IL to make Wednesday’s start against the White Sox.

Anthony Rendon (R) (LAA) – Rendon was placed on the 10-day IL on Monday, his third trip of the season. The move is retroactive to Monday and there’s no official word on when he’ll return since he’s dealing with a hamstring issue.

Mike Trout (R) (LAA) – Trout hit on the field on Monday and it’s likely he’ll be activated after the All-Star break.

John Means (L) (BAL) – Means recently started his rehab stint over the weekend and he’ll likely make two more rehab starts before returning after the All-Star break.

Gregory Polanco (L) (PIT) – Polanco has been out for over a week as he’s dealing with a strained adductor so the Pirates opted to place him on the 10-day IL.

Travis d’Arnaud (ATL) – d’Arnaud is still working out and going through drills, but he doesn’t have a return date after having surgery on his hand.

Last Update: July 5, 11:45 pm ET

Sixto Sánchez (R) (MIA) – Sanchez will undergo season-ending after a MRI revealed a slight tear of his posterior capsule in his shoulder.

Buster Posey (R) (SF) – Posey has been diagnosed with a left thumb contusion and he’s currently day-to-day. He was removed from Sunday’s game after taking a foul tip off his hand and he removed himself shortly thereafter.

Nelson Cruz (R) (MIN) – Cruz has been dealing with a really bad chest cold that led to violent coughing that resulted in a stiff neck. The team sent him to see a doctor and held him out of the lineup on Monday.

Josh Donaldson (R) (MIN) – Donaldson was still held out of Monday’s lineup with hamstring tightness he experienced in Saturday’s game. There’s no clear timetable for when he could return, but if the team hasn’t put him on the IL they must feel like he doesn’t need an elongated absence.

Anthony Rendon (R) (LAA) – Anthony Rendon (R) was held out of Monday’s lineup with a hamstring injury. Similar to Donaldson, the team has not placed him on IL despite the issue.

Zach Plesac (R) (CLE) – Plesac threw a bullpen session on Monday and the general belief is that he’ll be able to start against Kansas City Thursday night, but don’t expect him to pitch too deep into that game.

Carlos Carrasco (R) (NYM) – Carrasco’s still attempting to rehab back from his torn hamstring. He’s been working in bullpen sessions and more recently started getting involved with defensive drills. If he doesn’t experience any setbacks the current timetable is to have him back with the club by the end of the month.

Lorenzo Cain (R) (MIL) – Cain is currently with the big-league club but is set to go out on an extended rehab stint that’ll last until well after the All-Star break. 

Mitch Garver (R) (MIN) – The Twins believe Garver will return sometime after the All-Star Break. He’s recovering from groin surgery but they’ve been increasing his baseball activity over the last couple weeks.

Last Update: July 4, 5:15 am ET

Kyle Schwarber (L) (WSH) – Schwarber had to exit Friday’s game in the second inning. He single to center and came up gingerly as he got to first base and as it turns out he injured his hamstring. He was diagnosed with a significant hamstring strain and he will miss some time.

Josh Donaldson (R) (MIN) – Donaldson was removed from Saturday’s game against the Royals after coming up lame with some hamstring tightness. The move was precautionary and he’s listed as day-to-day.

Zac Gallen (R) (ARI) – Gallen exited his start on Friday with hamstring tightness and was placed back on the 10-day IL.

Trea Turner (R) (WSH) – Turner injured his finger on Wednesday while getting his third career cycle. He jammed it sliding into third base for a triple and he was kept out of Thursday and Friday’s lineups.

Yasmani Grandal (B) (CHW) – Grandal left Friday’s game in the fifth inning with calf tightness. He’ll likely get the weekend off to rest the injury.

José Ramírez (B) (CLE) – Ramirez was scratched from Friday’s lineup as he’s been dealing with elbow soreness. The good news is that Cleveland at least got Franmil Reyes (R) back after he missed a month.

David Peterson (L) (R) (NYM) – Peterson is dealing with an oblique strain that’ll keep him out for over a month. It’s likely he returns mid-to-late August.

Last Update: July 2, 5:00 am ET

Ronald Acuña Jr. (R) (ATL) – Acuna missed a couple games last week with back tightness and he was a late scratch for Thursday’s game against the Mets. He did enter later in the game recording a single and a walk.

Yoán Moncada (B) (CHW) – Moncada left Thursday’s with a hand injury. There was reportedly some swelling so don’t be too surprised if he gets the weekend off.

Kolten Wong (L) (MIL) – Wong missed Milwaukee’s previous four games due to a calf injury but he did crack Thursday’s lineup. Sadly the return was short-lived as he left after just two innings.

Bobby Dalbec (R) (BOS) – Dalbec has missed Boston’s last two games with some hamstring tightness, but there’s a possibility he returns for this weekend’s series.

Blake Snell (L) (SD) – Snell was placed on the 10-day IL with what is being described as “stomach stuff.”

José Urquidy (R) (HOU) – Urquidy was placed on the 10-day IL with shoulder discomfort. Neither he nor the organization think it’s a serious issue so he should likely return when eligible to come off the IL next week.

Michael Pineda (R) (MIN) – Pineda has been out since June 13th, but he was recently sent out on a rehab assignment.

Willie Calhoun (L) (TEX) – Calhoun underwent surgery on Wednesday for his fractured forearm. There is no timetable for his return.

Last Update: July 1, 4:50 am ET

Shane Bieber (R) (CLE) – Bieber had an evaluation on his should a couple days ago and it went quite well. He’s been out the past couple weeks but will likely be ready to return in three weeks if all goes well.

José Ramírez (B) (CLE) - Ramirez fouled a ball off his cheek and while he initially kept playing through it, some swelling developed and he was taken to the hospital for further evaluation. Terry Francona acknowledged that everyone thinks he's fine but they didn't want to mess around with this type of freak accident.

Madison Bumgarner (L) (ARI) – Bumgarner has thrown a simulated game and a couple bullpen sessions topping out at right around 30 pitches. He’ll need a rehab assignment but there is a possibility he returns following the All-Star break.

Kris Bryant (R) and Anthony Rizzo (L) (CHC) – Might as well lump these teammates in together as Bryant is dealing with a side issue, and for Rizzo it’s his back. The team is off on Thursday, but both are set to return on Friday after a few days of rest.

Luis Robert (R) (CHW) – It sounds like Robert is about four weeks away from a rehab assignment. He’s still unlikely to return before August and even a mid-August return is a bit optimistic. But he should be back in time for a late playoff push in September.

Trea Turner (R) (WSH) – It was a big birthday for Trea Turner (R) as he hit for the cycle, but he did have to leave the game early with a finger injury. It doesn’t sound like anything too serious as of right now. Hopefully he didn’t make it worse celebrating his birthday.

David Peterson (L) (R) (NYM) – Peterson’s hot streak came to an end on Wednesday as he struggled right out of the gate. He gave up a lot of contact and was pulled after just three innings with a side injury. We’ll know more about the severity on Thursday.

Last Update: June 30, 6:00 am ET

No significant injuries of note from Tuesday, but there are a few updates on some players mentioned in the past few days worth touching on.

José Urquidy (R) (HOU) - Urquidy's shoulder flared up in Tuesday's start and he was forced to leave the game. We'll know more about the severity on Wednesday.

Willie Calhoun (L) (TEX) – Calhoun was hit by a pitch in the forearm and was placed on the IL with a fractured ulna. He will require surgery, so a lengthy absence is what we’re looking at.

Ketel Marte (B) (ARI) – Marte has been placed on the 10-day IL with a hamstring strain. These are injuries you try not to mess with or come back too soon from. They’re easy to re-aggravate and everyone recovers from them at a different pace.

Dinelson Lamet (R) (SD) – Lamet was formally placed on the 10-day IL with forearm inflammation but don’t be surprised if he requires a longer stint on the IL. It’s not his first IL stint after all.

Michael Fulmer (R) (DET) – Fulmer was placed on the 10-day IL a few days ago with a strained cervical spine. Right now it does sound like it’s more of a muscular issue at the moment so the Tigers are being cautious and a bit vague with how they’re handling this process.

Last Update: June 29, 5:00 am ET

Mike Trout (R) (LAA) – The Angels transferred Trout from the 10-day IL to the 60-day IL. This isn’t indicative of a setback in his rehab process or anything of that nature. He’s been out since May 17th and signals that he won’t be back until after the All-Star break in a couple weeks. The move was to create room on the 40-man roster.

José Abreu (R) (CHW) – After being hit by a pitch on the knee on Sunday, Abreu has told the team he feels good and ready to play. He’ll be re-evaluated before Tuesday’s game against Minnesota.

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – Bregman’s been dealing with a quad strain and hasn’t been able to provide many updates on his injury status, but it doesn’t sound like he’ll be back before the All-Star break.

Brandon Nimmo (L) (NYM) – Nimmo’s return to the team will be delayed just a few days as the team looks to get him some more reps in the minors. He should return in time for this weekend’s series against the Yankees.

J.D. Davis (NYM) – Davis will begin a rehab assignment on Wednesday. He’s been battling some discomfort and inflammation to his hand for the last month.

Kyle Freeland (L) (COL) – Freeland left Monday’s start after five innings after experiencing a hamstring injury. Luckily the injury was just a cramp and not a strain.

Colin Moran (L) (PIT) – Moran is listed as day-to-day after leaving Monday’s game after being hit by a pitch in the wrist. He has some bruising but it looks like he will avoid time on the IL.

Brett Anderson (L) (MIL) – Anderson got a bullpen session in on Monday and shouldn’t miss too much more time after sustaining a right knee injury while running the bases over a week ago.

Brandon Belt (L) (SF) – Belt’s going to seek a third opinion on his knee, but it looks like he doesn’t have much structural damage in his knee and will avoid surgery. No word yet on when he could begin rehabbing.

Tommy La Stella (L) (SF) – La Stella has been rehabbing his hamstring at Triple-A but will be shut down for a couple weeks after fracturing his thumb. Expect his return to be delated about two weeks.

Corey Seager (L) (LAD) – Seager has been experiencing some discomfort in his injured hand while taking batting practice swings. He will likely not be meeting his early July return date.

Anthony Rizzo (L) (CHC) – Rizzo left Sunday night’s game against the Dodgers with lower back tightness. He’s considered day-to-day.

Victor Robles (R) (WSH) – Robles was hit by a pitch in the knee on Sunday and is still dealing with some soreness. He didn’t start on Monday but he was available to pinch hit.

Last Update: June 27, 6:45 pm ET

José Abreu (R) (CHW) – Abreu was hit by a pitch in the knee on Sunday and he departed shortly thereafter. He’s considered day-to-day with a left knee contusion.

Josh Naylor (L) (CLE) – Naylor had to be carted off the field on Sunday after a collision in right field with Ernie Clement (R). No word yet on the severity of the issue, but it’s never a good sign when a player is carted off.

Zach Plesac (R) (CLE) – Plesac will officially begin a rehab assignment on Tuesday at Double-A Akron. He’s scheduled to pitch two innings.

Last Update: June 27, 5:40 am ET

Dinelson Lamet (R) (SD) – Lamet spent the offseason recovering from a UCL strain and unfortunately, he departed his start on Saturday in the third inning after allowing four runs and six hits. It wouldn’t be too surprising if he landed back on the IL.

Jesse Winker (L) (CIN) – Winker exited Saturday’s game with a hip contusion after making a diving defensive play. He doesn’t expect it to be a serious issue that could impact him long-term, but don’t be surprised if he gets Sunday off for some rest.

Tejay Antone (R) (CIN) – After coming off the IL on Tuesday, Antone went back to the IL on Saturday. This isn’t the greatest news for Cincinnati considering Lucas Sims (R) recently went on the IL as well.

Bryce Harper (L) (PHI) – Harper exited Saturday’s game after a pitch from Jacob deGrom (R) bounced off the dirt and hit him in the leg. The Phillies expect to have more information on the injury Sunday morning.

Ketel Marte (B) (ARI) – Marte exited Saturday’s game after drawing a single off Dinelson Lamet (R). As he rounded first base, he motioned to the dugout that he needed to be withdrawn. Marte previously missed over a month of action earlier in the year with a hamstring injury.

Zack Britton (L) (NYY) – After being removed from Friday’s game with a hamstring injury, the Yankees formally placed Britton on the IL.

Carlos Carrasco (R) (NYM) – Carrasco has started throwing from the slope of the mound, but he’s still a long way from returning to action as he needs to go through a full Spring-Training regimen to build up his strength.

Michael Kopech (R) (CHW) – Kopech threw a simulated game with hitters before Friday’s game and he’s expected to throw another on Monday. He’s been dealing with hamstring soreness and hasn’t pitched in over a month.

Buster Posey (R) (SF) – Posey was a late scratch from Friday’s lineup with lower back tightness and he missed Saturday’s game as well. However, there is optimism that he could play on Sunday.

Kolten Wong (L) (MIL) – Wong collected three hits on Saturday but had to leave late in the game due to calf tightness. The Brewers don’t expect him to be out long-term, but he’s expected to get the day off on Sunday.

Willie Calhoun (L) (TEX) – Calhoun was hit by a pitch on Saturday and suffered a forearm fracture. The Rangers expect him to miss a significant amount of time.

Last Update: June 26, 1:20 pm ET

Mike Soroka (R) (ATL) – While walking to Truist Park, Mike Soroka (R) felt a pop in his right Achilles and he has experienced a complete re-tear of his Achilles tendon. He’s done for the year and will require surgery.

Brandon Belt (L) (SF) – Belt has been having a pretty strong season, but he was placed on the 10-day IL on Friday with knee inflammation. There are some concerns he could require surgery so this is a situation to monitor.

Chris Sale (L) (BOS) – Sale is scheduled to throw 20 pitchers to live hitters prior to Saturday’s game against the Yankees. It’ll be his first time throwing to active hitters in over a year.

Zack Britton (L) (NYY) – Britton sustained a hamstring injury delivering in pitch in Friday’s game against the Red Sox. The Yankees should know more about the severity by Sunday.

Jonathan Villar (B) (NYM) – Villar was placed on the 10-day IL on Friday with right calf tightness. He is expected to return when eligible late next week.

Tyler Glasnow (R) (TB) – Glasnow expressed optimism on Friday that he would be able to return from his elbow injury by the end of the season and he should be able to pitch in the playoffs.

Last Update: June 25, 6:00 am ET

Stephen Strasburg (R) (WSH) – Strasburg has started throwing from 150-feet with good intensity, but he still has a long way to go. Strasburg’s been haunted by injuries his entire career so the team doesn’t want to bring him back until he’s 100% ready to go.

Harrison Bader (R) (STL) – It sounds like Bader is getting closer to a formal rehab assignment as he’s been taking at-bats and getting defensive action in center field at extended spring training.

Mike Fiers (R) (OAK) – Fiers doesn’t have any structural damage in his elbow but he did receive an injection. He’ll likely be shut down from throwing for a month.

Christian Arroyo (R) (BOS) – Arroyo was placed on the 10-day IL with a right knee contusion. He’ll be eligible to come off the IL in the middle of next week, but that’ll depend on how the knee is feeling.

Gio Urshela (R) (NYY) – Urshela was hit by a pitch in the shin on Tuesday, but X-rays came back negative. He’s still pretty sore and there’s a little swelling so he’s day-to-day for the time being.

Last Update: June 24, 5:00 am ET

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – Bregman’s been out the last week with a quad strain and on Wednesday Dusty Baker acknowledged that it might be another two-to-three weeks until Bregman returns to action.

Ronald Acuña Jr. (R) (ATL) – Acuna was scratched from Wednesday’s game against the Mets due to lower back tightness. Brian Snitker seemed to acknowledge that the differing beds across a variety of hotels could be the cause of some of the tightness, but either way they don’t anticipate it being a serious issue.

Miguel Cabrera (R) (DET) – Cabrera was removed from Tuesday’s game with calf tightness and was not included in Wednesday’s lineup. He was available to come off the bench and pinch hit.

Aaron Civale (R) (CLE) – Civale has a sprained middle finger and will be shut down for the next week or two, but overall he’s expected to miss at least a month.

Ketel Marte (B) (ARI) - Marte left Tuesday's game with a hamstring injury and was subsequently not in Wednesday's lineup. Hamstrings are tricky as there's no true timetable for when a player could return. He's considered day-to-day as the Diamondbacks haven't yet placed him on IL.

Last Update: June 23, 5:45 am ET

Marcus Stroman (R) (NYM) – The hits keep coming for the Mets. Stroman exited his start on Tuesday with left hip soreness. He tossed a strong first inning, but three pitches into the second inning he requested a trainer to come to the mound and was shortly removed from the outing. UPDATE: His MRi came back clean. 

Byron Buxton (R) (MIN) – Buxton was officially placed on the 10-day IL with a fractured left hand after being hit by a pitch on Monday night.

Chris Sale (L) (BOS) – Sale threw a bullpen session in Double-A Portland on Tuesday and is due to throw to hitters before Saturday’s game at Fenway Park.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) – Muncy was activated off the 10-day IL and started for the Dodgers on Tuesday night.

Adalberto Mondesi (B) (KC) – The Royals officially placed Mondesi on the IL with an oblique injury. It’s his third trip to the IL this season.

Last Update: June 22, 7:00 pm ET

Aaron Civale (R) (CLE) - The Indians righty was forced to leave Monday's start due to an injury on his right-middle finger and according to manager Terry Francona, he's going to miss some time. How much time? We don't know, but he has been placed on the 10-day IL.

Joey Lucchesi (L) (NYM) - To piggyback off a report from earlier today, Lucchesi will infact undergo Tommy John surgery. His 2021 campaign, and likely some or most of '22 as well, is over.

Sonny Gray (R) (CIN) - Gray is headed out for a rehab start on Thursday so we could be nearing his return. Considering this was just a groin strain, Gray may need only one rehab start before he can return to the mound.

Adam Engel (R) (CWS) - Engel has been placed on the IL for the second time this season, this time due to a strain in his calf.

Brett Anderson (L) (MIL) - After leaving Monday's start, Anderson has been placed on the 10-day IL with a knee contusion.

Max Fried (L) (ATL) - Retroactive to June 19th, Fried has been placed on the 10-day IL due to the blister on his left index finger. We'll have to wait and see how long it'll take before he can return.

Kevin Plawecki (R) (BOS) - Retroactive to Monday, the Red Sox backup catcher has been placed on the 10-day IL with a hamstring strain.

Last Update: June 22, 5:35 am ET

Byron Buxton (R) (MIN) – Just as he comes back, he goes back down again. Buxton has a boxer’s fracture after being hit by a pitch from a 97mph fastball from Tyler Mahle (R). The hand injury is expected to sideline Buxton for a few weeks at the minimum.

Josh Donaldson (R) (MIN) – The Twins are hopeful they won’t lose Donaldson for a significant amount of time. He’s been dealing with a calf strain that forced his early departure from last Wednesday’s game and he’s battling a respiratory infection as well. 

Brett Anderson (L) (MIL) – Anderson exited his start on Monday in the second inning with knee discomfort. He’s likely heading to the 10-day IL.

Joey Lucchesi (L) (NYM) – An update from this weekend’s Injury Report, but Lucchesi does have a torn UCL in his elbow. He will likely need Tommy John surgery, but he is getting a second opinion.

Jeurys Familia (R) (NYM) – Familia was placed on the 10-day IL with a right hip impingement. The Mets expect him to return from the IL once eligible.

Robert Gsellman (R) (NYM) – The hits keep coming for Mets pitchers as Gsellman has a torn lat and will miss six-to-eight weeks.

Carson Kelly (R) (ARI) – Kelly was formally placed on the 10-day IL with a wrist fracture following this weekend’s injury.

Last Update: June 21, 11:05 am ET 

Adalberto Mondesi (B) (KC) - Mondesi is expected to be placed on the 10-day IL with an oblique injury (the opposite oblique from the one that landed him on the IL to start the year). 

Austin Gomber (L) (COL) - After leaving Saturday's start with forearm tightness, the Rockies placed Gomber on the 10-day IL on Sunday. After he was removed, the team said it was just precautionary, but clearly there is something going on here.

Danny Duffy (L) (KC) - Duffy was quoted saying he “felt really good” after a 40-pitch bullpen session over the weekend. He's been on the IL since May 17th.

Niko Goodrum (B) (DET) - Over the weekend, Goodrum was placed on the 10-day IL due to a tendon injury in his left finger. He suffered the injury diving for the baseball.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) - Muncy is eligible to return from his IL stint on Tuesday and the expectation is that he will be back before the end of this weeks series with the Padres that kicks off on Monday.

Cody Bellinger (L) (LAD) - Insert Muncy's write-up here. Same story.

Last Update: June 20, 9:45 am ET 

Fernando Tatis Jr. (R) (SD) – Tatis left Saturday’s game in the fifth inning after he hurt his shoulder diving for a ball. He seems to have dodged a significant injury, but he’s still considered day-to-day.

Carson Kelly (R) (ARI) – Kelly was hit by a pitch and suffered a wrist fracture. He was raking prior to going down with an injury earlier in the season so the wrist fracture certainly won’t help. 

Joey Lucchesi (L) (NYM) – Lucchesi was placed on the 10-day IL on Saturday with left elbow inflammation. The team didn’t feel he’d be ready for his next start after he complained of some pain in his arm. It’s still possible he’ll be ready to return when eligible.

José Ramírez (B) (CLE) – Ramirez is still a bit sore after being hit by a pitch Friday night. He was held out of Saturday’s lineup, but Terry Francona doesn’t believe the injury is serious. Consider him day-to-day.

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) – Luke Voit (R) has been raking during his rehab assignment. It sounds like he’ll be ready to re-join the Yankees on Tuesday.

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – There’s no real update on Bregman’s timetable for a return. However, he did get a little testy with reporters on Saturday when asked about his injury.

Max Scherzer (R) (WSH) – Scherzer’s currently on the 10-day IL and he threw an unsuccessful bullpen session on Monday, but after completing a solid session on Saturday he is in line to make his next scheduled start on Tuesday.

Jacob deGrom (R) (NYM) – deGrom believes he injures his shoulder during a plate appearance, not while pitching. He is currently on track to make his next start on Monday.

Matthew Boyd (L) (DET) – Boyd is dealing with muscular tendinitis and won’t throw for a few weeks. He avoided serious damage to his throwing arm and won’t make another start until after the All-Star break.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) – Muncy isn’t expected to go on a rehab assignment as the team expects him to be able to return for the series opener against the Padres on Monday.

Corey Seager (L) (LAD) – Seager took some light batting practice since breaking his hand a month ago. Seager will go on a rehab assignment next week.

Jon Gray (R) (COL) – Gray is scheduled to make a rehab assignment/start on Sunday and he should throw about 50-60 pitches.

Last Update: June 18, 8:00 am ET 

Jacob deGrom (R) (NYM) – Sadly it seems like deGrom will be making the Injury Report on a regular basis. He tossed three stellar innings and recorded eight strikeouts before being lifted with shoulder soreness on Wednesday night. Treat him as day-to-day for the time being.

Michael Conforto (L) (NYM) – Conforto started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Syracuse and was slated a couple at-bats and five innings of defensive work. There’s no set timetable yet for his return to the big-league club.

Alex Bregman (R) (HOU) – Bregman exited Wednesday’s game against the Rangers with a quad strain while trying to beat out a double-play at first base.

Brady Singer (R) (KC) – Singer exited his start against the Tigers after three innings as a precaution due to shoulder tightness. Singer described the concern surrounding his injury as “low” so take that with a grain of salt.

Josh Donaldson (R) (MIN) – Donaldson left Wednesday’s game in the second inning after came up lame with a calf injury while running the bases. Injuries have plagued him more and more as he’s gotten older. He missed over half of the 2020 truncated season with similar injuries.

Jean Segura (R) (PHI) – Segura was placed on the 10-day IL with a groin strain. He is expected to miss three weeks.

Kyle Tucker (L) (HOU) – Details are a little vague, but Kyle Tucker (L) has been placed on the MLB’s COVID-19 protocol list.

Mike Moustakas (L) (CIN) – Moustakas suffered a setback in his rehab assignment as he was lifted from Wednesday’s appearance with heel soreness, which was the cause for his original trip to the IL to begin with.

Gleyber Torres (R) (NYY) – Torres fell awkwardly trying to turn a double play Thursday night and left the game with lower back tightness. He’ll be re-evaluated later today before the Yankees opener against Oakland.

Last Update: June 16, 6:30 am ET

Cody Bellinger (L) (LAD) – Cody Bellinger (L) landed on the 10-day IL once again with hamstring tightness. It’s his second stint on the IL and he’s now been limited to just 16 games played this season.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) – Bellinger’s teammate, Max Muncy (L) (R), was recently placed on the 10-day IL with oblique tightness. He’s still expected to miss a couple weeks but Dave Roberts noted that Muncy was feeling a little bit better on Tuesday.

Kris Bryant (R) (CHC) – Bryant was removed from Tuesday’s game after being hit by a pitch in the hand. He was diagnosed with a contusion and is considered day-to-day.

Bryce Harper (L) (PHI) – Always a victim of some form of a nagging injury, Harper left Tuesday’s game with some discomfort in the fourth inning. The team said that he tweaked his back so it wouldn’t be too surprising if they gave him a day or two off.

John Means (L) (BAL) – Means is eligible to come off the IL today, but it sounds like he could miss another week or two as he just began throwing again on Tuesday.

Tucker Davidson (L) (ATL) – The Braves rotation took another hit on Tuesday after Davidson left early in his start. He surrendered a pair of home runs in the first inning to the Red Sox and he departed in the third inning with forearm tightness.

Luis Severino (R) (NYY) – Severino was officially diagnosed with a groin strain following his departure was this weekend’s rehab start. This will likely delay his return to late-July or early-August.

Byron Buxton (R) (MIN) – Buxton completed his rehab assignment; however, he’s still dealing with some soreness. Buxton completed full pre-game workouts on Monday and Tuesday which is a good sign. He’s been out since May 7 but could return in the next couple days.

Mike Moustakas (L) (CIN) – Moustakas has been out for almost a month, but he began a rehab assignment on Tuesday and the Reds expect him back later this week.

Last Update: June 15, 8:00 pm ET 

Tyler Glasnow (R) (TB) - Tough day for Glasnow owners today. Hehas hit the IL with a partially torn UCL and flexor tendon strain after leaving Monday's start. He said he felt a “tug” on his elbow.

Matt Boyd (DET) - “More towards the elbow” is something you never want to hear and thats what Tigers Manager A.J. Hinch said today in regards to why Boyd left Monday's start. He's been placed on the 10-day IL.

Corey Dickerson (L) (MIA) - The seemingly oft-injured Dickerson is, well, injured again. He has suffered a foot contusion that will require him to spend some time on the IL.

Nick Madrigal (R) (CWS) - The White Sox second baseman's season has come to an end after undergoing surgery to repair multiple tears in his hamstring.

Max Scherzer (R) (WSH) - An update from thirs mornings report is that Scherzer has been placed on the 10-day IL. He will not only be forced to miss his next start, but it'll be two or more that he will be missing.

Steven Matz (L) (TOR) - Matz has tested positive for COVID-19 and will have to self isolate for 10 days before he can return to the team.

Last Update: June 15, 4:55 am ET 

Max Scherzer (R) (WSH) – Max Scherzer (R) is not expected to make his scheduled start on Wednesday. He was removed from his previous start after just a dozen pitches and ten pitches into his bullpen session on Monday he felt some discomfort in his groin. To avoid making the injury worse, it looks like he’ll be skipped in the rotation this time around.

Eloy Jiménez (R) (CHW) – Jimenez tore a pectoral muscle in Spring Training and he’s been cleared to resume all baseball activities. He’s still over a month away from returning. He needs to basically go through an accelerated Spring Training and then go out on rehab assignment. He likely won’t return until August.

Mike Trout (R) (LAA) – Trout is limited to just walking on a treadmill and upper body work. He’ll be re-evaluated in about a week to determined when he can start jogging and participate in baseball-related activities. The Angels don’t expect him back for at least another month.

Javier Báez (R) (CHC) – Baez was scratched from Sunday and Monday’s lineups with a thumb injury. It was noted that he’d be available to come off the bench if necessary.

George Springer (R) (TOR) – After missing the first few months of the season, Springer is finally heading out on a rehab assignment. The Blue Jays will be careful given he’s re-aggravated the quad strain previously in his rehabilitation, but this is a massive step in the right direction.

Jacob deGrom (R) (NYM) – deGrom threw a bullpen session on Monday and indicated that he’s good to go for his start on Wednesday. He was forced to exit his start on Friday with right flexor tendinitis.

Jeff McNeil (L) (NYM) – McNeil started a rehab assignment over the weekend and the Nets expect to have him back in about a week.

Last Update: June 14, 9:40 pm ET

Tyler Glasnow (R) (TB) - Through four innings of six-strikeout, two-earned ball he was taken out of the game with what's being described as “forearm tightness.”

Shane Bieber (R) (CLE) - After a subpar start against a subpar Mariners offense over the weekend, Bieber is headed to the 10-day IL with a shoulder strain. Yes, it is the right shoulder. There has no word if the injury will keep him out for longer than 10 days.

Michael Pineda (R) (MIN) - Pineda will hit the shelf with right elbow inflammation. He's been placed on the 10-day IL but elbow discomfort is NEVER good.

Rob Refsynder (MIN) - The former infielder turned outfielder has been a pleasant surprise for MIN offensively this year hitting .321 across 62 at-bats, but has been placed on the IL with a hamstring strain.

Byron Buxton (R) (MIN) - Buxton was not activated from the IL BUT, he's with the team in Seattle, so a return is very, very close.

Andrew Benintendi (L) (KC) - A tough blow for the Royals and Benintendi as he hits the IL due to a rib injury. What's significant about this is that a rib injury kept him out of the lineup in 2020 as well, so hopefully there is no correlation here.

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) - Voit is starting a rehab assignment so it shouldn't be long until he's back with the Yankees. It's been an injury riddled season for Voit who's already been on the IL twice.

Mitch Haniger (R) (SEA) - After fouling a ball off his leg over the weekend, the Mariners came out and said that this isn't anything serious and it's nothing more than a deep bone bruise.

Lance McCullers (HOU) - McCullers is expected to be activated off of the IL on Tuesday and start against the Rangers. Jake Odorizzi (R) will follow McCullers as the latter will be on a pitch count.

Last Update: June 13, 3:50 am ET 

Luis Severino (R) (NYY) – Severino left Saturday’s rehab start with a lower body injury and he needed to be helped off the field. You can view footage of his departure here. It’s too early to tell the severity of the injury, but it doesn’t look good.

Carlos Carrasco (R) (NYM) - Carrasco experienced some setbacks in his rehabbing and the Mets have opted to shut down his throwing program for the time being to focus on rehabbing his hamstring.

Tejay Antone (R) (CIN) - Antone was placed on the 10-day IL on Friday with right forearms inflammation.

Jacob deGrom (R) (NYM) – deGrom exited his start on Friday after six scoreless innings as he was dealing with right flexor tendinitis. He told reporters that he doesn’t anticipate that he’ll miss any time so the removal on Friday night was just precautionary.

Max Scherzer (R) (WSH) – Scherzer left his start on Friday night after throwing just 12 pitches. It sounds like a may have tweaked his groin throwing a warmup pitch but an MRI revealed no inflammation. He’s considered day-to-day for now.

Xander Bogaerts (R) (BOS) – Bogaerts was scratched from the Red Sox lineup on Friday with some knee soreness. He was also left out of Saturday’s lineup.

Max Muncy (L) (R) (LAD) – Muncy left Friday’s game in the second inning with tightness in his right side. He’s considered day-to-day.

Cody Bellinger (L) (LAD) – A few innings after Muncy left, Bellinger left with tightness in his hamstring. Similar to Muncy, he’s now considered day-to-day.

Zac Gallen (R) (ARI) – Gallen has been out since the beginning of May with a sprained right UCL. He’s due to throw a simulated game on Saturday.

Trent Grisham (L) (SD) – Jayce Tingler said that Grisham could return as soon as Sunday or Monday, but to everyone’s surprise he was activated and in the Padres lineup on Saturday.

Last Update: June 11, 6:10 am ET 

George Springer (R) (TOR) – Springer ran the bases before Thursday’s game and didn’t have any issues. It sounds like he could be nearing a rehab assignment.

Stephen Strasburg (R) (WSH) – Strasburg was shut down from throwing on Thursday and will continue with just lower body exercises going forward. There was a nerve irritation issue according to Dave Martinez so the Nats aren’t sure when he’ll be throwing again.

Nick Madrigal (R) (CHW) – Madrigal was placed on the 60-day IL on Thursday with a slight tear in his right hamstring. The White Sox are considering all avenues including season-ending surgery for the young second baseman. No official word on surgery yet.

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) – Voit could begin a rehab assignment as early as this Sunday. Voit’s been out since May 25th and missed all of April as well.

Alex Kirilloff () (L) (MIN) – The Twins’ prized rookie left Thursday’s finale against the Yankees with a low-grade ankle sprain.

Trevor Rosenthal (R) (OAK) – After undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome a little over two months ago, the Athletics have said that Rosenthal could return by mid-August.

Last Update: June 10, 7:50 am ET 

Trevor Story (R) (COL) – Story’s been out with elbow soreness, but he is expected to make his return on Thursday against the Marlins.

Jack Flaherty (R) (STL) – This isn’t necessarily a surprise, but according to MLB Network insider, Jon Heyman, Flaherty is not expected back before next month’s All-Star break.

Trent Grisham (L) (SD) – The Padres don’t have an exact return date yet for Grisham, but they do believe he’ll be able to begin his rehab assignment this weekend.

Sonny Gray (R) (CIN) – Following his departure from his start on Tuesday, the Reds placed Gray on the 10-day IL on Wednesday with a groin strain.

Joey Gallo (L) (TEX) – It sounds precautionary, but Joey Gallo (L) was removed from Wednesday’s game with groin tightness.

Ian Kennedy (R) (TEX) – Kennedy was placed on the 10-day IL retroactive to June 6th. He’ll be able to come off the IL next Wednesday if his hamstring is feeling better.

Lance McCullers Jr. (R) (HOU) – McCullers has been out the last two weeks, but it slated to have a rehab assignment/start on Thursday at Triple-A Sugar Land. He believes he’ll only need this one start before re-joining the big-league club, but we’ll see how the front office feels after Thursday’s outing.

Zach Plesac (R) (CLE) – Plesac will begin throwing in the coming days to test out his fractured thumb. There’s no timetable yet for his return, but this is a small step in the right direction just to see how the injury responds.

Last Update: June 9, 7:50 am ET 

Chris Sale (L) (BOS) – Sale threw a 25-pitch bullpen session on Tuesday mixing in all of his pitches. He’s still far off from making his return, but he should still be a part of Boston’s playoff push in a couple months.

Michael Kopech (R) (CHW) – A big trade piece that moved Chris Sale (L) from Chicago to Boston, Kopech doesn’t have a clear date of when he could return, but Tony La Russa acknowledged that he’s starting to throw without any pain.

Spencer Turnbull (R) (DET) – It looks like Turnbull’s forearm injury is more muscular than structural which could shorten his time away from the field although there’s no clear time frame for his return.

Yusei Kikuchi (L) (SEA) – After taking a grounder off his knee on Saturday, Kikuchi has been seen walking around without a noticeable limp according to GM Scott Servais who bumped into him in a Starbucks in Seattle… Makes sense.

Ramón Laureano (R) (OAK) – Laureano resumed some baseball activities Tuesday and his going to test out his hip by running the bases on Wednesday.

Corey Seager (L) (LAD) – Seager’s been getting frequent tests on his fractured hand and could be cleared to hit off a tee in the coming days. There’s an outside chance he could return before the All-Star break.

Last Update: June 8, 9:30 pm ET

Adbert Alzolay (R) (CHC) - After leaving his start on Monday night, Alzolay has been placed on the 10-day IL due to a blister.

Danny Jansen (R) (TOR) - Jansen has been placed on the 10-day IL due to a hamstring pull. He is hitting .157 this year.

Jack Flaherty (R) (STL) - The Cardinals have already come out and said Flaherty's oblique injury is significant. He could miss the remainder of the first half.

Sonny Gray (R) (CIN) - There's nothing official on what the injury was, but it was significant enough to keep Gray from throwing more than 50 pitches. We'll have to monitor this situation.

Alex Dickerson (L) (SFG) - Dickerson struck out in the first inning and was in agony afterwards. We have come to find out he injured his back. Something to monitor.

Last Update: June 8, 4:20 am ET 

Byron Buxton (R) (MIN) – Buxton is set to begin a rehab assignment in Triple-A after completing the base running program the Twins laid out for him without issue.

Kenta Maeda (R) (MIN) – Maeda is set to join Buxton on a rehab assignment in Triple-A starting Tuesday.

Nelson Cruz (R) (MIN) – The Twins expect Nelson Cruz (R) back in the lineup for Tuesday’s series opener. He was scratched from Sunday’s lineup with a sore knee.

Javier Báez (R) (CHC) – Baez missed Monday night’s game with a sore wrist after being removed from Sunday’s game.

Joc Pederson (L) (CHC) – Pederson, like his teammate, missed Monday’s game with lower back tightness, but David Ross (R) did acknowledge that he was feeling better.

George Springer (R) (TOR) – Springer is still without a timetable to return, but it does sound like he could be nearing a rehab assignment after running sprints Saturday and Sunday.

Luke Voit (R) (NYY) – Voit performed some fielding drills prior to Sunday’s game against the Red Sox and it looks as if he could begin a rehab stint in about two weeks.