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Injuries: Rays, Félix, Arraez, J. Gray, Hoskins

Injuries: Rays, Félix, Arraez, J. Gray, Hoskins

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Stay up-to-date with all the latest news on injured and recovering players from across Major League Baseball.

Yandy Díaz and Randy Arozarena, Rays

Díaz was out of the lineup for the second straight game Wednesday due to tightness in his right hamstring, but the All-Star infielder said prior to the game that he was feeling “a lot better” and hopes to play Friday in Toronto.

Arozarena (right quad tightness) returned to the lineup Wednesday after missing three games due to right quad tightness. More >

Bautista threw a 25-pitch simulated game at Camden Yards on Tuesday, taking the next step in his progression toward a potential 2023 return. The 28-year-old All-Star closer, who partially tore his right UCL on Aug. 25, threw numerous bullpen sessions in mid-September. More >

Arraez twisted his left ankle going down the dugout stairs in Saturday’s game, and he hasn’t been in the lineup since then, though manager Skip Schumaker said prior to Thursday’s game against the Mets that Arraez is feeling “much better” and remains day to day. More >

Gray left his Monday start against the Angels in the seventh inning with right wrist tightness in what the club described as a precautionary move. Gray had imaging done on his wrist on Tuesday, but the club was waiting for the results. More >

Hoskins continues to progress from ACL surgery in late March. He took BP and ran the bases on Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. Still, Hoskins is a longshot to play in the postseason. “We’re looking more toward the World Series if he were to get there,” Phillies manager Rob Thomson said. More >

Adam Wainwright, Cardinals

Wainwright’s last MLB pitch came in his last start when he secured his 200th career win. Due to an ailing right shoulder and multiple herniated discs in his back, the 42-year-old will not pitch again in what is his final MLB season. More >

Luis Robert Jr., White Sox

The White Sox placed Robert on the 10-day injured list with a mild MCL sprain in his left knee, which will end his season early. The team announced he’s expected to recover in 2 to 4 weeks with rest and rehabilitation. More >

The Reds will be without McLain as the regular season winds down due to a setback in the rookie infielder’s recovery from the right oblique injury he sustained on Aug. 28. An MRI exam revealed a Grain 2 strain of McLain’s oblique, derailing a timetable that initially had him in line to return to the Reds for Tuesday night’s game against the Guardians. More >

Jeff McNeil and Starling Marte, Mets

McNeil was placed on the injured list with a partially torn UCL in his left elbow Thursday. He will receive a platelet-rich plasma injection and hopes to avoid surgery. More >

The Mets shut Marte down Wednesday for the season due to a right groin strain. More >

Greene, who underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow on Sept. 20, is confident he’ll be ready for next season, notably because the injury occurred in his non-throwing arm. More >

Silseth (concussion) is scheduled to start Friday night against the A’s. More >

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