Tag: Injury

Storm Lose Erazo for 4 Weeks; Bai Out for Season

The Miami Storm will lose Francisco Erazo for about four weeks after he fielded a ball in today’s game against the Tidals. What was at first thought to be a sprained ankle turned out to be a more serious heart issue. The 39-year-old left fielder has been order to take strict bed rest.

Miami may be able to weather the loss, as Erazo is only batting .148 after 8 games this year. Forbes Peddle will get the nod as his replacement for the time being. Continue reading “Storm Lose Erazo for 4 Weeks; Bai Out for Season”

Detroit’s Modica Out for Season

In what can only be described as a terrible blow for the Detroit Motorheads playoff chances this season, Jesus ‘Pincho’ Modica will miss the rest of 2018 and much of the following season, after tearing his ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing arm during a spring training game against Boston today.

The 32-year-old right handed reliever will miss at least 13 months as he will likely have Tommy John surgery, and then spend several months recovering and rehabilitating. Continue reading “Detroit’s Modica Out for Season”

Malone, Glanz Injured

Toronto Nomads ace Knuckles Malone, and Anchorage Aces outfielder William Glanz were injured today and will miss the remainder of the regular season.

For Malone, elbow tendinitis was the cause, and and the injury is not expected to have lasting effects, but he will miss an opportunity to get an 11th win, and set a club record. Continue reading “Malone, Glanz Injured”

Krohn Out for the Year

Right-handed closer Kevin Krohn, the only bright star in the Calgary bullpen, was injured tonight and will not return this season, potentially jeopardizing Calgary’s playoff plans

Calgary Inferno closer Kevin Krohn will miss the rest of this season – along with the playoffs – after leaving a game against Anchorage on just six pitches tonight.

With his team ahead 4-3, Krohn took to the mound in the 8th inning, replacing LHP Fernando Latorre, who was solid through 7 innings, allowing the Aces just 3 runs on as many hits.  Continue reading “Krohn Out for the Year”

Deucey Gets 9 K’s in 1st Shutout since 2010

Oxen starter A.C. Deucey notched his first shutout since 2010 on a 9-inning 5-hitter against Battle Creek. Ohio won 6-0.

Ohio Oxen hurler A.C. Deucey rung up nine Battle Creek batters while holding them to just five hits on his way to his first complete game shutout since 2010, his first with the Oxen, today.

The veteran allowed no walks as he threw 111 pitches. With the win decision, he ties teammate Frasor Clause at the top of the Lake League wins leader board. Continue reading “Deucey Gets 9 K’s in 1st Shutout since 2010”