Injuries: Woodruff, Raley, Buxton, Jansen, Arraez

October 3rd, 2023

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

Brandon Woodruff, Brewers

The Brewers' vaunted pitching staff took a hit on Monday, as it was revealed that Woodruff has a right shoulder injury and will not pitch in the National League Wild Card Series. Manager Craig Counsell said his availability for potential future series is "up in the air." More >

Jose Siri and Luke Raley, Rays

Both Siri (fractured right hand) and Raley (cervical strain) were encouraged after taking live BP on Monday ahead of Tampa Bay's Wild Card Series against the Rangers that starts on Tuesday. That said, only Siri ended up making the Rays' Wild Card Series roster. More >

Carlos Correa, Royce Lewis and Byron Buxton, Twins

After using Monday's workout to evaluate the status of Correa (plantar fasciitis in left foot), Lewis (left hamstring strain) and Buxton (right hamstring strain), the Twins elected to activate Correa and Lewis for the Wild Card Series, while Buxton will stay on the shelf. More >

Danny Jansen, Blue Jays

Jansen, who suffered a right finger fracture on Sept. 1, was left off the Blue Jays' Wild Card Series roster, but is working to be available if the team were to advance. More >

Luis Arraez, Marlins

Arraez twisted his left ankle going down the dugout stairs last weekend and hasn't been in the starting lineup since then. He did, however, have a pinch-hit single in the eighth inning of Friday's game before being removed for a pinch-runner. More >

Jon Gray, Rangers

After leaving his Monday start against the Angels in the seventh inning with right wrist tightness, Gray was placed on the injured list on Friday with forearm tightness.  More >

Chris Taylor, Dodgers

Taylor was hit by a pitch from Giants starter Kyle Harrison on his left knee in the top of the fourth inning during the regular-season finale. He stayed in the game to run the bases but was removed the following inning. More >

Rhys Hoskins, Phillies

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 >

Félix Bautista, Orioles

On Saturday, Baltimore general manager Mike Elias announced that Bautista is scheduled to undergo Tommy John surgery, which is expected to sideline the All-Star closer until the start of the 2025 campaign. The 28-year-old right-hander partially tore the UCL in his right elbow on Aug. 25. More >