Los Angeles’ pitching/hitting sensation is turning heads with every step. Follow along for the major moments from Ohtani’s big league journey.
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What is known is that the Angels plan to http://www.nflbengalsofficial.com/Authentic-Clark-Harris-Jersey shut Ohtani down from throwing for several weeks to allow his elbow to calm down. On Thursday, Ohtani underwent platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) and stem cell injections to help alleviate pain and inflammation and to facilitate healing. As Angels general manager Billy Eppler indicated, Ohtani will rest for the first 48 to 72 hours and the team then will initiate a progressive physical therapy regimen. In approximately three weeks, he will Joe Flacco Jersey be re-evaluated to determine the next steps. In Clark Harris Jersey other words, there is no definitive timetable for his return, nor is there any definitive indication that Ohtani is headed for surgery.

Far more common are vague complaints that, frankly, do not sound particularly ominous but still have the potential to be serious: stiffness in the elbow (as Ohtani described), tightness in the triceps (Yu Darvish’s complaint when he exited a spring http://www.ravenshopfootballofficial.com/JOE-FLACCO-JERSEY-CHEAP.html start for the Rangers in 2015), or tightness in the forearm (Taijuan Walker of the Arizona Diamondbacks earlier this spring).

Marlins: 3B Martin Prado has begun light workouts as he recovers from a strained hamstring that sidelined him May 25.

Padres: Clayton Richard (4-6, 4.67 ERA) will start against Miami on Sunday. The Padres have won four of Richards’ last five starts, including a 3-2 victory on May 30 in which he got a no-decision.

Marlins: Fresh of his first win of the season Tuesday in St. Louis, Jose Urena (1-7, 4.60) will start the series finale Sunday. Urena lost his seventh decision in a six-inning, one-run allowed outing against the Padres on May 30.Duffy, 2 relievers combine on four-hitter as Royals top A’s

Yost challenged two calls on the same play in the top of the fourth. With Alcides Escobar at second with two outs, Orlando hit a grounder to A’s shortstop Marcus Semien, who threw wide to first. Escobar tried to score from second on the play. First base umpire Bill Welke ruled that first baseman Matt Olson had applied a swipe tag on Orlando, and home plate umpire Tony Randazzo ruled that catcher Josh Phegley tagged out Escobar. The play at first was overturned and the play at home was upheld after a replay review that lasted 3 minutes, 37 seconds.