Injuries & Moves: Gose progressing slowly; Morris a possibility out of 'pen

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Keep track of the Guardians’ recent transactions and injury updates throughout the season.



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60-day IL

LHP Anthony Gose (left triceps strain)
Expected return: TBD
The Guardians shut down Gose at the end of July after the left-hander was still "feeling it a little bit" when throwing. Gose started feeling something off in his throwing arm following his rocky performance against the Yankees on July 2, in which he gave up four runs on two hits in just two-thirds of an inning. Gose underwent an MRI on July 12, which revealed some swelling in his elbow. He received an injection to combat the inflammation. He's been throwing out to 70 feet, but the team is looking to keep progressing him slowly. (Last updated: Aug. 19)

RHP Cody Morris (lat strain)
Expected return:
Morris, who landed on the 60-day IL on March 25, is feeling well as he continues his rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus. The 25-year-old last pitched on Aug. 9, striking out five over 3 1/3 innings with one run allowed. Morris is working both as a starter and out of the bullpen as he continues to build his pitch count.

"Just maybe a little bit of a different challenge," manager Terry Francona said on Aug. 19 about Morris pitching in relief and starting, "so maybe once he is ready physically, maybe it's an option for us. So, it's at least something where you have an option." (Last updated: Aug. 19)