Apr
20

Prior placed on the 7-day DL with groin injury

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Updated (Wed., 2 p.m.): One day after making his first appearance with AAA Scranton, Mark Prior has landed on the seven-day disabled list, MiLB.com reported last night via Twitter. Times beat reporter Ben Shpigel followed up this afternoon: Prior has been sidelined by a groin injury, but Mark Newman, the club’s senior vice president of baseball operations, says the injury is “not serious.” Based on Prior’s injury history, I was concerned this trip to the DL was shoulder-related, but it sounds as though Prior could be back on the mound in a week or two.

Categories : Asides, Injuries

23 Comments»

  1. bakekrukow412 says:

    Well, it was nice while it lasted.

  2. Ryan says:

    i thought that was just for concussions?

  3. Marshall Brown says:

    well I just got one banging my head against the wall on the inevitable news.

  4. Plank says:

    I wasn’t aware of Mark Prior’s injury history. Has he had arm trouble in the past?

  5. daddy says:

    just another failed prospect.

  6. Any chance this is just a rest + roster space move?

  7. Gonzo says:

    Mary Carey strikes again!

  8. Fair Weather Freddy says:

    Another article filled with dumb comments

  9. Dr. O says:

    nothing serious, NON STORY. *crosses fingers, prays for first time since Christmas 1987*

  10. Irony says:

    Even though I have zero value

  11. Rookie says:

    Prediction: I don’t believe the Yankees should be testing Prior by pitching him two innings or on successive days, but trying to keep him healthy his first year back.

    Prediction: If Prior can stay healthy, he’ll be a very good reliever — maybe even a lockdown closer, whether it’s for the Yankees or someone else (a la Oliver or Contreras, only better).

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