Gotta love the good news that’s immediately followed by bad news.
The Padres have signed veteran reliever Adam Warren to a one-year deal. Meanwhile, lefty Jose Castillo is headed to the 60-day DL with a flexor strain in his forearm.
The Padres made a bunch of roster moves today. One pitcher is no longer hurt, another is freshly injured. One outfielder is returning, another is optioned, and a third is done for the year. BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!!!
With Wil Myers and Manuel Margot returning from the DL soon, how will the Padres find roles for everyone?
Padres starter Dinelson Lamet tried to avoid it, but he’s facing the unevitable knife of UCL surgery.
Padres reliever Kirby Yates has been placed on the 10-day disabled list due to ankle tendonitis. Buddy Baumann has been recalled from El Paso to take his spot.
Carter Capps was placed on the 60-day DL after doctors discovered a blood clot. Now the cause of the clot is believed to be related to thoracic outlet syndrome.
Lefty reliever Kyle McGrath is getting his first MLB call-up, while Yangervis Solarte, Austin Hedges, and Travis Jankowski work toward a return from the disabled list.
Bad news: Padres starting pitcher Jarred Cosart underwent arthroscopic surgery on his elbow and will miss the remainder of the season. Good news: centerfielder Franchy Cordero is back with the squad, and Jose Valdez went to El Paso to make room.
News about rehab assignments for veterans while we await bad news about some other guys.
The 22-year-old prospect’s next major league game will be his first
A shoulder injury will sideline Perdomo for at least one start.